Walrus bones found beneath London railway station

Published on July 24th, 2013 | by Admin

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Nine bones from a large Pacific walrus have been found in a coffin underneath St. Pancras Railway Station which was built on top of St. Pancras churchyard in 1868.

Archaeologists have been left baffled by the discovery of walrus bones in a coffin under St Pancras Station.

They were found during excavations at the station, before it was refurbished to become the new Eurostar terminal.

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Story: OITV | Photo: Ramboll UK Limited

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