St. Pancras by Alex Tai (England Photo Spot)

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St. Pancras International - Photo by Alex Tai

St. Pancras International sits at the heart of Central London with more underground connections than any other London station. Dating from 1868 this magnificent station has been beautifully restored to preserve all the intricate brickwork of its gothic facade. While shooting in this area we recommend you take the time to wander up to the quieter upper level, admire Barlow’s amazing 1868 train shed now gloriously restored in powder-blue, pay your respects to the bronze statue of Poet Laureate John Betjeman who was instrumental in saving the station and admire the sheer size of the bronze statue of the embracing couple known as The Lovers by sculptor Paul Day. Wander briefly out of the big open archway onto the forecourt and gaze up at that amazing gothic facade and clock tower. (London, England)

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