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Grimy, Impractical and Grotesque – St Pancras

No, it’s not my description of some random TV program I watched last night, it’s the general opinion of most people on the old St Pancras station in London. I’ve spent a fair amount of time in this station over the years, travelling down from London to Leicester for computing shows as a teenager and whilst at University, before later coming to travel through it to Leicester on my way home from Sunny Swindon. It’s cold, unwelcoming but I’ll be honest I loved that station. I know most people are sorry it didn’t get bombed during the 2nd World War, but I’ll kind of miss it (and the birds flapping in the rafters), An architectural journalist (who later became poet… Continue reading »

by Keiron on November 6th, 2007 | News | No Comments » |