Grays (Inn Road) Anatomy – post your pictures on Kings Cross Gallery

trinity courtGray’s Inn Road is a fascinating place with hugely diverse range of architecture, people and land use.  And it is adamantly un-gentrified, even occasionally a bit shabby.  I took a lovely stroll along the road in the sun last week and took a few pictures of one of London’s best and best preserved modernist housing blocks – Trinity Court, the curiously fitting squat at Litvinoff and Fawcett bed makers, the charming 1930s London Welsh Centre and a lovely C19th horse trough planted with flowers.  The pictures are up on Kings Cross Gallery a new thing we have set up and it would be great to have your pictures too – anyone can post there, it only takes seconds to set up an account (though it is moderated to keep things sensible).

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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One Response to Grays (Inn Road) Anatomy – post your pictures on Kings Cross Gallery

  1. Aron Cronin says:

    Trinity Court has figured as a location in a number of films, e.g The Long Good Friday.

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