Buckingham Palace floorboards torn up in refurbishment - unearthing hidden secrets



The floorboards are being dug up at Buckingham Palace - and they're revealing some hidden treasures.
Cigarette packs and newspaper cuttings dating back more than a century are among the items unearthed.
The Palace, in London, is being refurbished at a cost of £369million to the taxpayer.
It marks the first time the floorboards have been ripped open in DECADES.
The revamp comes amid fears of potential fires due to old wiring and boilers.
And today a number of items, found when the floorboards were lifted in the rooms below Her Majesty' private apartments, have been shown to the public for... read more

 
20 January 2018 in Regional West, Views: 47
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