Ice blockArchaeologists have recently discover a large ice house just South of Regent Park in London. The huge structure was thriving during the booming 18th and 19th century ice trade and housed blocks of Norwegian fjord ice which was used as an anesthetic for dental procedures and to chill drinks for the well-heeled local residents. Click here to read the full article on this exciting discovery.

 

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