Protest Against HS2 Tree Felling In Euston Square Gardens LondonAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
London, UK. 12th January, 2018. Anne Stevens (c), the vicar of St Pancras church, stands chained with local resident Jo Hurford (l) to a tree outside Euston station during a protest against the HS2 high-speed rail link. The protest formed part of a campaign by local residents against the planned felling of mature London Plane, Red Oak, Common Whitebeam, Common Lime and Wild Service trees in Euston Square Gardens to make way for temporary HS2 sites for construction vehicles and a displaced taxi rank.
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