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London, UK. 13th January, 2018. Displays indicating the history of the former St James's Gardens, which has been closed to facilitate work on the HS2 high-speed rail link. Around 50 London Plane, Common Ash, Italian Alder, Common Lime, Bird Cherry, Wild Cherry and Sugar Maple trees in St James's Gardens have been felled as part of preparations for HS2 and an estimated 30,000-60,000 bodies will be exhumed from the cemetery there.
- Copyright 2018 Mark Kerrison
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- 2018-01-13 HS2 works at St James's Gardens