Railway Lands: Catching St. Pancras and King's Cross
Troubador Publishing Ltd, 2007 - King's Cross (London, England) - 252 pages
This text provides a visual timetable of change from the ancient church site of St. Pancras through the unique Victorian complex of canal, rail and horse drawn transport, to the restoration of Barlow's world famous station shed and the castellated grandeur of St. Pancras Chambers.
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