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Week 109: Scotland Part 2 and Gates Term Trip

Annalise, Jacqueline, Mum and I woke for the last time in our little B&B in the north of the Isle of Skye. It was time to start heading back to Cambridge. 1,218 more words


Nervous Operators Force Network Rail To Defer King’s Cross Plan

The title of this post is the same as that of this article on Rail Magazine.

King’s Cross station has to be closed for three months, so that tracks, electrification and signalling can be replaced and modernised for about 1.5 miles from the buffer stops at the station. 1,530 more words


Pedestrian Tunnels In London's Transport System

I take particular interest in pedestrian tunnels, as I believe properly designed tunnels can be a solution to improving access to stations.

This list will be extended as I photograph more. 2,282 more words


Google Grabs The Best Site In London For Its Massive Groundscraper

This Google Map the site where the massive groundscraper is being built.


  1. Kings Cross station, which is on the right of the map, has extensive connections to the North-East of England and Scotland.
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The Harry Potter-lover’s Guide to London

By Kate Arnold

As a Harry Potter fan, London holds more magic than most cities. Being able to go to locations described by J.K. Rowling, such as King’s Cross Station was really a surreal experience for me and there’s so much more that London has to offer for the casual or die-hard Harry Potter fan. 793 more words


ZION: WAR OF THRONES Chapter Fourteen


Isaac and the others ran around a corner and stopped. Isaac slowly raised his hands apologetically. Brenda was pointing her Beretta M9 at them, looking scared and tense. 1,770 more words

Zion Sequel 2

Mr Bell and Pluto: chasing pigeons at King's Cross Station

Density of population hits one in the commuting hubs of London and King’s Cross Station is one of the country’s busiest (an estimated 50 million passengers pass through in a year).  510 more words

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