Re-born: St Pancras Station, built in 1868, 
threatened 100 years later.

"What [the Londoner] sees in his mind's eye is that cluster of towers and pinnacles seen from Pentonville Hill and outlined against a foggy sunset, and the great arc of Barlow's train shed gaping to devour incoming engines, and the sudden burst of exuberant Gothic of the hotel seen from gloomy Judd Street."

—John Betjeman (instrumental in its preservation)


News from Nowhere and Reed Wilson