Stepping off the train at King’s Cross you’d be forgiven for thinking that you’re miles away from any open space or wildlife. However just a short walk away, up St Pancras Road you’ll discover Camley Street Natural Park, a unique two acres of wild green space next to the Regent ’s Canal. The industrial legacy of the canal gave birth to the park which was once a coal store. Find out more about the waterways’ past around the corner at the London Canal Museum where you can explore the 150 year history of these fascinating London landmarks.
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