We went as a family group as part of a ghost tour, very atmospheric just next to a railway bridge. Apparently the tube drivers don't like driving the line next to it as they have seen apparitions of pauper children buried here. Plenty of history attached to this site and the mementoes attached to the fence make you feel very emotional. Glad I went, take something to tie to the fence....if you want to be part of the rememberence.
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