I just ordered a new book from the Museum of London bookshop, and thought some forum members might be interested in it also.
"Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail"-- discoveries made during the construction of the Elizabeth line.
For years I have been following the dig, seeing stories online in The Guardian or other newspapers about objects they have found.
This book gives all the details about finds of all kinds.
Various items have been found such as more Roman roads (some were already well-known in London), a14th century plague pit, mammoth bones and amber at Canary Wharf, and more.
I'm sure many of you have wondered (as I have) what they were finding as they drilled and dug up more of London's past. This book should be very interesting.
I will post a review when I have read it.