Well survey may lead to historical artifacts

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Posted: July 26, 2013

The Winchester Star

Steve Catania of Subsurface Technologies looks at an image of a wooden beam 48 feet down in the well at the Fort Loudoun site Tuesday afternoon. The beam was under 36 feet of water. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
A video image shows the limestone walls of the 6-foot-wide, 103-foot-deep well being examined by Subsurface Technologies.
Steve Catania of Subsurface Technologies and his son, Chad Catania, lower a video camera into the well at the Fort Loudoun site Thursday afternoon. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER

Numerous historical artifacts may rest in 28 feet of sediment at the bottom of a well near North Loudoun Street.

The Winchester-based French and Indian War Foundation (FIWF) — which owns...



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