The protest is so large that it can be seen on Google Maps
Roger Edwards, 70, spelled out the words 'HS2 SUCS' using dozens of wooden pallets on his property in Hockley in rural Staffordshire.
The giant protest is so big it was captured by Google Earth satellite cameras when they mapped his garden.
Mr Edwards, who has lived in Hockley, near Tamworth, for more than 30 years, is protesting against the controversial HS2 line with will pass 100 yards from his home.
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He said: "Tamworth is about to suffer its worst event since the Vikings invaded and burnt down the town.
"The deluge of airborne pollution, heavy wagons, traffic misery and noise created by what the majority of our leaders say is the best thing since sliced bread – HS2.
"This abomination will destroy large parts of Tamworth, cause untold traffic disruption and, worst of all, this line will not help any Tamworth business.
Mr Edwards made the words out of wooden pallets in his garden
"I lived here when the M42 was built, so I know what airborne pollution caused by big construction works means.
Tamworth is about to suffer its worst event since the Vikings invaded
"Putting washing out is a waste of time, vehicles are constantly covered in fallout, along with roofs, guttering and solar panels. There are lots of reasons why HS2 is a bad idea.
"It will be a subsidised business which we will all pay for, not to mention the loss of habitat.
"I could go on and on but it seems that someone has said don't advertise the downsides.
The HS2 line is set to pass just 100 yards from his home
"It may not be an original idea but if enough people with land or large roofs did similar then maybe it would have the desired effect.
"This massive project is closer to Tamworth than the M42 and will be with us for many years."
Phase 2b of HS2 runs from Birmingham along the M42 and goes through a local wildlife haven before passing homes near Hockley and Tamworth.
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The line should be operational by 2033 according to current plans
The latest timetable for the second stage of the high-speed railway says construction will start by 2026 with the line to be operational in 2033.
Legislation to build the HS2 Phase One route from London to Birmingham is currently being considered by the House of Lords.
Construction is due to start this year after Royal Assent has been achieved.
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