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The burgh records for Dumbarton mention a scheme to bring clean water from one side of the River Leven to the other, into two wells located on High Street, via a lead pipe laid across the riverbed. The route of the lead pipe was shown in John Wood’s ‘Plan of Dumbarton’ from 1818 but the map did not show the water source that fed the pipe to the southern bank of the Leven. It was unclear exactly where this source was until the recent storms of Sept 2018 blew over a tree (which had been there for over a hundred years) and revealed a previously unknown well dating to 1714. In Oct 2018 West Dunbartonshire Council’s Greenspace Section brought in a team of Archaeologists from Rathmell Archaeology who along with Engineers from Covanburn Contracts cleared away the fallen tree and excavated the remains of the well. This 3D model shows the results of those works. The newly discovered site will now be listed on the West of Scotland Archaeology Services website (WoSAS PIN 68986). http://www.wosas.net/search.php