The Camden Highline project, which is attempting to turn a length of disused railway into an elevated park has launched a fundraiser, offering limited edition goodies.

For a £30 donation, they have a pack of six postcards, each showing one of the proposed designs for the Highline.

For an £80 donation, one of those curiously fashionable canvas sacks with handles — aka, a totebag, plus the postcards.

The donations, plus GiftAid if you are employed, will go towards the cost of the Camden Highline project.

Details here.


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  1. George says:

    Thanks Ian, as usual. I donated via Camden Highline’s for their bag and cards, and mentioned your site as where I’d learned the details.

    For my next trick, it’s high time I helped keep your site in business.

  2. Brian Armitage says:

    It beggars belief that this project continues to have legs.

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