Roman London - the London wall
These pages are based on a "Royal Commission On Historical Monuments 1834" - actually it is 1928; which is in the public domain.
(28) . St. Alphage Churchyard. stretch of the city-wall still forms the North boundary of the church-yard, but the whole of the structure above ground is of mediaeval date. Roach Smith records the exposure of the North face of the wall a few years before 1882, and states that nothing of Roman workmanship was visible. A further piece, also of mediaeval date was found adjoining Cripplegate churchyard, and a third portion still adjoins the bastion in Cripplegate churchyard.
St. Alphage Churchyard, London Wall - in May 2019
This is the St. Alphage Churchyard on London Wall, rather than it actually being part of the original Roman London wall.
Behind St Alphage can be seen an existing part of the original Roman London wall.
London Wall behind St. Alphage Churchyard - in May 2019