Archaeologists at the Crossrail site
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Crossrail reveals more of London's hidden history

Significant archaeological finds have been unearthed by a series of new London railway lines and station improvements.

Crossrail estimates that 3,000 skeletons could be found under the new Liverpool Street station development.

BBC London's Jean MacKenzie has spoken to archaeologists Peter Moore and Kasia Olchowska, Roy Stephenson from the Museum of London and volunteer Christina White.

  • 03 Jul 2014
  • From the section London
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