‘N’ is for King’s Cross

Northern Station

The opening of the concourse somehow speeds the ticking clock to reveal the station’s original façade. So some renewed interest in it this week: here it is above, as part of a London alphabet on the delightful Spitalfields Life blog.

And a fascinating post on the original King’s Cross station – Maiden Lane at Ian Visits.

Clare Hill

About Clare Hill

Clare is a writer and editor who lived in King’s Cross for a decade. She is passionate about local history, transport and food. Contact Clare by commenting on her posts or go to http://www.clarehill.net
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3 Responses to ‘N’ is for King’s Cross

  1. Have you seen Christopher Brown’s An Alphabet of London? Some very nice linocuts of Kings Cross station for some reason on the “X” page.

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