Eviction of Stop HS2 Colne Valley wildlife protection camp, Harefield, UKAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Harefield, UK. 16 January, 2020. Climbing equipment used by Stop HS2 activist Quercus, who left the Harvil Road wildlife protection camp in the Colne Valley voluntarily after a day and a night spent high up in a tree in woodland. 108 ancient woodlands are set to be destroyed by the high-speed rail link and further destruction of trees for HS2 in the Harvil Road area is believed to be imminent.
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