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Architects enlisted for Peckham Coal Line

The Friends of Peckham Coal Line announced on Monday that Adams and Sutherland architects have been enlisted to help with the project.

The Coal Line could see a suspended walk-way and cycle route between Queens Road Peckham and Peckham Rye stations. The line would be converted out of disused coal sidings of the train tracks.

A spokesman for the architects, which helped deliver the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s Greenway, called it an “exciting” project “full of possibilities”.

Over £100,000 has been raised for the project from the Mayor of London’s office, Southwark Council and cycling charity Sustrans, while £75,000 was crowd-funded.

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