Kings Cross from the air – Central St Martins

Some marvellous if vertigo-inducing footage of the Kings Cross railway lands from a model airplane.  Courtesy of Steve Roberts a tutor at the new Central St Martins.  Click here if you can only see a black space below instead of the embedded footage.

 

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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9 Responses to Kings Cross from the air – Central St Martins

  1. York Central Resident says:

    Absolutely fantastic. To see what an individual can do. Where do i get one of these!!!! Thanks for posting.

    Stephan

  2. Diana Shelley says:

    Well, that was fun! But a bit confusing having it dated November 2008, as it’s so recent as to include those lovely sun-blocking slabs going up on York Way opposite Randells Road!

  3. Sean Brady says:

    Impressed. I enjoyed the video, it reveals the scale of the project, particularly against St Pancras station in the background. I worked there for British Rail(LMR) for 3+months as a student civil engineer, around 1961. One Sunday morning we delayed the Royal Scot because a crane fell over on the track, happy days!

  4. Daniel Zylbersztajn says:

    surprising the thing did not collide with a local pigeon or was hot down as potential terrorist threat 😉

  5. Clare Hill says:

    I want one of these!

  6. Antonia Benedek says:

    Marginally better than the footage shot indoors Too wobblyscope to be effective!

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