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Crossrail reveals London’s hidden history

Archaeological artefacts unearthed during the first half of the investigations carried out ahead of Crossrail’s construction phase will be put on display at a special exhibition next month.

Almost 100 finds including a skeleton from the infamous Bedlam psychiatric hospital, a silver Roman coin and 55M year old amber will be on display.  

The exhibition at the project’s visitor information centre at Tottenham Court Road is open Tuesday to Thursday 11am to 7pm and on Saturdays between 10am and 5pm from 2 to 27 October.

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