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In 1927 shafts were sunk just north of Scheregate Steps by G.P.O.; two against the south pavement were negative, being of no great depth; the third, on the rounded corner of Trinity Street and Sir Isaac's Walk, was deeper and revealed a red tessellated pavement at about 3ft from the surface. This was only 30ft back from the inside face of the town wall. <1><2>
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