The much-loved tree must be removed to protect Hadrian’s Wall, but its ultimate fate remains uncertain

The Sycamore Gap tree is being removed from its spot on Hadrian’s Wall after it was cut down by vandals two weeks ago.

On Thursday a crane will lift the 50-foot sycamore off the wall in Northumberland and it will be put into storage at a National Trust property – the location of which is not being disclosed for security reasons.

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