The battle over London's Bishopsgate Goods Yard will reach another milestone this week, with the result of a judicial review expected within days.
The case, brought by the Railway Heritage Society (RHS), was heard in the High Court last week. The RHS, backed by English Heritage and the Prince's Foundation, have vowed to fight on - even if the judge decides against them. The campaigners say London Underground's proposed extension to its East London Line can go ahead without the demolition of the site's listed buildings. They say the extension could just as easily go over the top of the site as through it.
The goods yard is the site of a long-running dispute between those in favour of demolition and the conservationists.
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