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During the UK Heatwave…

PGC relaxing and texting at St. Pancras Station, North London, thanks to some thoughtful station staff in providing deck chairs for hot and tired rail travellers during the current heatwave in the UK

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St. Pancras Railway Station, North London…

On the upper level, above the Arcade concourse, stands a bronze statue of the former Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman, gazing in apparent wonder at the Barlow roof. Designed by British sculptor Martin Jennings, the statue commemorates the poet’s successful … Continue reading

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St. Pancras in North London…

Robert Morey is deep and dark with this period evoking stairway shot inside the famous North London Victorian Railway Station of St. Pancras. Built in 1868 as The Midland Grand Hotel and Railway Station it served travellers to and from The East Midlands … Continue reading

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