High-speed rail route to get 2m trees for shelter

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Government to line London-Birmingham high-speed rail route with trees to help contain noise and keep trains from view

Residents next to the 250mph high-speed rail route between London and Birmingham will be sheltered from the £17bn project by two million freshly planted trees, the government will announce today. In...

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