The evolution of Camley Street Natural Park

01 June - 30 June

10:00 -17:00

Outdoor Photography Exhibition

Come and explore the rich heritage of Camley Street Natural Park, originally an industrial coal yard connecting the canal and railways in the 1800's, by the 1960's it was a desolate landfill site. Saved by the local community in the 1980's and restored by London Wildlife Trust, it's now a thriving nature reserve with rich habitat for birds, butterflies, amphibians and plant life.

With newly released archive images of Camley Street through the years, the fascinating history of this urban gem is bought to life for the first time for public view. The exhibition is free to enter and open 10am-5pm daily. Café & toilet facilities available.



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Camley Street Natural Park

12 Camley Street Kings Cross London


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