Crossrail unearths Bedlam's significant archaeological site
A discovery of 3,000 human skeletons from a burial site that is 400 years old is being described as one of London's most significant archaeological finds
The Bedlam burial ground was used throughout a number of outbreaks of the plague and the Great Fire of London.
It was found by engineers working on the Crossrail project at London's Liverpool Street Station.
Tim Muffett reports.
10 Mar 2015
- From the section UK