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construction of the HS2 rail link through the Warwickshire countryside from the air

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aerial photograph showing the construction of the HS2 rail link through the Warwickshire countryside near Wormleighton. The Wormleighton stretch is one of the earliest parts of the HS2 construction program and involved a cutting being excavated ( centre of the image ). HS2 , or High Speed two, is a £56.6 billion new high speed railway link between London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds which will allow trains to run at up to 225 mph.

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