4000 year old woman
SPELTHORNE MUSEUM
1 Elmsleigh Road, Staines-upon-Thames, TW18 4PM. United Kingdom

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Romans

Roman Wharf on the Thames in the Museum's model


Roman High Street. This is how it is thought the High Street looked according to archaeological information


These photos are of the Roman Shop in the Museum

Staines bridge on the Roman model. This is where it stood in Roman times, a different place to where it stands now. It was located behind the Town Hall for a long time. There are some remnants of it on the other side of the river close to the Swan hotel.

Factory Path


A terracotta roof finial, taken from one of the cottages on Factory Path
A Terracotta Gargoyle taken from the same cottages on Factory Path. Factory path was along where the railway line to Windsor is. it went from the Iron Bridge down to the Linoleum factory.
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Inner: Part of Roman child's feeding bottle

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