Crossrail and the Charterhouse tour

This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 16th Mar 2018

Designed for those who want to find out more about the medieval history of the site and recent Crossrail excavations, we are delighted to announce our brand new tour offer for 2018!

From the Black Death to the founding of a Carthusian monastery to London’s newest railway, discover the secrets that lie behind, or rather underneath, the Charterhouse. As Crossrail tunnelled its way across London, the remains of a 14th century plague pit were unearthed. Following on from her series of SOLD OUT walking tours for the Museum of London in summer 2017, join London Town Tours guide Julie Chandler to find out about the tunnelling, station design, the trains, the archaeology, and how Crossrail impacted life at Charterhouse on this unique tour.

Cost: £20


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2018-03-16 2018-03-16 Europe/London Crossrail and the Charterhouse tour Designed for those who want to find out more about the medieval history of the site and recent Crossrail excavations. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/03/16/crossrail-and-the-charterhouse-tour-163813 The Charterhouse,Charterhouse Square,,London

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The Charterhouse,

Charterhouse Square,
London,
EC1M 6AN

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