How London's vistas could look in 80 years time

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How London's vistas could look in 80 years time

An interactive installation that hopes to get Londoners thinking about their favourite views - and how they could be at risk - has opened at the Horniman Gardens in Forest Hill. 

Artists and architects have imagined what the vista from there could look like in the future.

It's part of a campaign by the National Trust.

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