Colour slide of an archeological dig taking place at Derby Reach. In the image, two holes which have been dug into the earth are visible; one in the background is empty, with wooden poles beside it, and the other in the foreground has a woman standing in it. She is wearing a dark sweater and dark jeans, and holding something in her hand. To her left is a metal tub, out of the hole. In front of her out of the hole is a black box with a clipboard, envelope, and Rubbermaid lid beside it. To her right is a woman wearing plaid, who is seated. There is a man wearing plaid standing with his back to the camera in the right of the image. There is a blue tarp with assorted pails and equipment in the middle of the image, to the right behind the woman with the plaid shirt. This archeological dig confirmed the location of the Royal Engineers camp at Derby, and among the items found were a fireplace, corner post, and the top of a champagne bottle.