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Discovery of an 18th century ice-well in London

A huge subterranean ice house dating from the 1780s, recently uncovered in central London, has been designated as a scheduled monument by Historic England.

Archaeologists from Museum of London Archaeology (MoLA) recently uncovered a huge ice-well in central London, near Regent's Park. It was built in the 1780's by Samuel Dash. In 2015, the ice-well had already been partially uncovered, thanks to a "Historic Environ...

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