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Coal Yard Turned Nature Preserve in the Heart of London

Camley Street Natural Park is an acclaimed nature preserve alongside Regent's Canal in the King's Cross area of London.

Camley is celebrating its 25th anniversary. It was once a coal yard and is now a beautiful, natural place where Londoners can escape the concrete and the noise.


Beautiful blooms with an ugly name: snake's head!

Standing in the midst of its two acres you would never guess you were in a huge city.


Walking along the edge of the reserve looking across the canal.

The rolling hills, meadow, woodlands, and pond offer a lot for all who visit. I was so pleasantly surprised by Camley Street. It's lovely.


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Tags: camley, canal, cross, environment, king's, london, nature, preserve, regents, street

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