字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 And so it created new cemeteries. The dead going to have to find a new final resting place. The records for the entire area. Just around 60,000 people were interred in the cemetery. They will be stored in a more. And then after that, everyone will be re buried in consecrated ground. Back in the 17 eighties, London was running out of space. It had nowhere for the dead, and so it created new cemeteries. One of them is here next to Euston station. And now, more than 200 years later, that land is needed for another purpose. The dead going to have to find a new final resting place. And this is the reason why this is where London's high speed railway station is about to be built. And so a small army of archaeologists have arrived to move thousands of bodies. So the records for the entire areas just around 60,000 people were interred in the cemetery. But what will happen to all the bodies? Matthew Flinders, the first man to sail around Australia, is buried here. So to his Bill Richmond, one of Britain's most celebrated boxes, initially they will be taken for archaeological analysis. So laboratories they'll be stored in in a more again. That's with the agreement of the church. And then after that, everyone will be re buried in consecrated ground on This is just the beginning. Overall, on the whole line. During the peak, we're gonna have over 1000 archaeologists excavating over 60 side. It's the biggest archaeological investigation, everyone to take him in the UK on probably Europe. In this part of London, any development is always going to be building on history. But this one has rather more ghosts than normal. Hi, guys. Hope you enjoyed that video. I know you did. But do leave us a comment. Let us know what you actually thought. Don't forget to subscribe. Cliquey, Cliquey. You know what I mean? And here are a few more videos for you to enjoy. Uh huh. Look at that. Good stuff. Wow.