A new viewing area allows the public to see archaeologists at work in Greenwich during August.
The University of Greenwich has opened up the spectator area whilst the dig takes place on land behind Stockwell Street.
The vantage point, accessed at the northern end of Stockwell Street, between John Humphries House and the neighbouring newsagent, overlooks the foundations to a 19th century former brewery.
Spectators can see the month-long dig taking place Monday to Friday, between 10am and 4pm.
Archaeologists were today retrieving items from an old well, including this piece of a plate (pictured below) which is believed to be from around 1710-1720. Significant finds from the dig will be put on public display, says the University.
Construction of the University's School of Architecture & Construction and campus library is expected to begin later this year.