HS2 Works Leather Lane Great MissendenAdd to Lightbox Download
A sign reading ‘Stop HS2’ is pictured, close to a site in Leather Lane where several hundred-year-old oak trees have been felled to enable the construction of a temporary access road and compound for the HS2 high-speed rail link, on 9th April 2021 in Great Missenden, United Kingdom. Following pressure from local residents, Buckinghamshire Council and the Chilterns Conservation Board, it appears that HS2 contractors have altered their plans in such a way as to preserve some of the trees lining the wildlife-rich ancient country lane.
- Copyright 2021 Mark Kerrison
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- 2021-04-09 HS2 works in Leather Lane