Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.


Architecture for Kids: "Discovering King’s Cross: A pop-up book / Michael Palin, Jay Merrick, Dan Cruickshank." (Also, a thoughtful gift for useless developers, such as Hammerson)

Link to 'arch daily' web site

"With its recent transformation, King’s Cross station has re-emerged as one of london’s most iconic buildings. 

"Built in 1852, its elegance and simplicity stood in stark opposition to the neo-gothic extravagance of neighbouring St Pancras, and held its place as a prototype of modern architecture.

"The story of this station is a fascinating one. It’s a tale of changing fortunes and tides that follows the ascent and decline of Britain’s railways."

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