RF2FMDWDMAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. HS2 have closed Rocky Road until 14th May 2021 for more work on the construction of the High Speed Rail from London to Birmingham. HS2 Security are stopping traffic and HS2 CCTV cameras are being used by HS2. HS2 have also closed a number of local footpaths including the bridleway from Rocky Lane to Durham Farm, however, none of the footpath closures are listed by Buckinghamshire Council on their website. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy
RF2FMDWAMAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. HS2 have closed Rocky Road until 14th May 2021 for more work on the construction of the High Speed Rail from London to Birmingham. HS2 Security are stopping traffic and HS2 CCTV cameras are being used by HS2. HS2 have also closed a number of local footpaths including the bridleway from Rocky Lane to Durham Farm, however, none of the footpath closures are listed by Buckinghamshire Council on their website. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy
RF2FMDW9EAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. HS2 have closed Rocky Road until 14th May 2021 for more work on the construction of the High Speed Rail from London to Birmingham. HS2 Security are stopping traffic and HS2 CCTV cameras are being used by HS2. HS2 have also closed a number of local footpaths including the bridleway from Rocky Lane to Durham Farm, however, none of the footpath closures are listed by Buckinghamshire Council on their website. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy
RM2FK9NKAAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. HS2 Security reinforcing fencing in the woods. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9NNPAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. HS2 Security reinforcing fencing in the woods. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9NJXAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. HS2 Security reinforcing fencing in the woods. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9NMRAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. HS2 Security reinforcing fencing in the woods. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9NTWAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. The beautiful bluebell woods at Jones Hill Wood which are being destroyed by HS2. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9NERAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. The beautiful bluebell woods at Jones Hill Wood which are being destroyed by HS2. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9NWDAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. A tree breathes it's last before being felled. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9NEFAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. A tree breathes it's last before being felled. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
RM2FK9P2JAylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 29th April, 2021. Tree limbs being taken to the wood chipper to be destroyed by HS2. HS2 have had a legal decision to stop them felling overturned and were back destroying the ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood today despite it being the bird nesting season and that rare Barbastelle bats are known to roost in the woods. The High Speed Rail 2 from London to Birmingham is carving a huge scar across the Chilterns which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News