Kings Cross Station, London. ** Wow, this has certainly changed since I last saw it!

Kings Cross Station, London. ** Wow, this has certainly changed since I last saw it!

Kings Cross Station - Structure - John McAslan + Partners. @designerwallace

Kings Cross Station - Structure - John McAslan + Partners. @designerwallace

Londons Kings Cross station, 11 August 1952. This station, designed by Lewis Cubitt, opened in 1850 as the terminus for the Great Northern Railway.

Londons Kings Cross station, 11 August 1952. This station, designed by Lewis Cubitt, opened in 1850 as the terminus for the Great Northern Railway.

KING'S CROSS STATION | KING'S CROSS | LONDON | ENGLAND: *London Underground: King's Cross St Pancras: Hammersmith & City Line; Circle Line; Metropolitan Line; Northern Line; Piccadilly Line; Victoria Line; King's Cross Railway Station: East Coast Main Line; Virgin Trains East Coast; First Hull Trains; Grand Central; Great Northern*

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KING'S CROSS STATION | KING'S CROSS | LONDON | ENGLAND: *London Underground: King's Cross St Pancras: Hammersmith & City Line; Circle Line; Metropolitan Line; Northern Line; Piccadilly Line; Victoria Line; King's Cross Railway Station: East Coast Main Line; Virgin Trains East Coast; First Hull Trains; Grand Central; Great Northern*


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Kings Cross St.Pancras c1965

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