Remains of Tudor entertainment hall found at the Treasury in London.
Unissued / unused material.
Tudor archaeological remains found in Whitehall, London.
LS turret of large hall from time of Henry VIIIth. The hall was discovered at the Treasury building and surrounded by scaffolding, it was used for entertainment purposes and tennis. Pan down stone window. Angle shot seen through scaffolding of the turret. MS window, pan to section of wall. Various long interior shots of the tower showing windows that have been uncovered and others in the process of being uncovered. CU Mr. Slade, Mr. Curnow and Mr. Charlton (archaeologists from the Ministry of Works) who are working on the renovation. Pan across the site.
Date on dope sheet is 20/02/1961.