Bective excavations Blog


Day 20 – Backfill, Farewell to Bective Abbey
August 26, 2009, 11:38 am
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Today the cuttings were backfilled under the supervision of Liam and our wagons moved on. The site was left to the cows and peace returned to Bective Abbey.

Site supervisor Liam Chambers, with wheelbarrow, and Richard Reid work around two stone pillars uncovered at the excavation site in front of Bective Abbey, Bective, Co Meath, prior to the backfilling of the cuttings (Photo: Barry Cronin).

Site supervisor Liam Chambers, with wheelbarrow, and Richard Reid work around two stone pillars uncovered at the excavation site in front of Bective Abbey, Bective, Co Meath, prior to the backfilling of the cuttings (Photo: Barry Cronin).

The cows enjoy the return peace and quiet to Bective Abbey.

The cows enjoy the return peace and quiet to Bective Abbey.

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