Skeletons found in the Bedlam burial ground on the future site of a Crossrail ticket hall are seen next to Liverpool Street Station in London. (REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett)
Archaeologists could pull thousands of skeletons out of the ground in London over the next few weeks as they dig up the 450-year-old Bedlam graveyard to make room for a new train line.
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