Glorious photo below from James Burns of the sun rising over Kings Cross, St Pancras and the City. It’s part of his highly praised London From The Rooftops series and I am most grateful for his permission to use this picture on this community site. James has asked for some help from any medium to high rise building owners in the area – can he get onto your roof to continue his project? Drop him a line at email@example.com and give Kings Cross Environment website a mention.
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