Since the arrival of the railways in the mid nineteenth century, whether you love the place or loathe it,Kings Cross has become one of the best known districts in London.Much has been written about the architectural and railway history of King's Cross and St Pancras Stations,but until now ,individuals' accounts,in their own words of life in the locality have been ignored.
Self-guided Walking Sound Trail. Start at St. Pancras Library on Euston Road, ending in Argyle Square. Download the map and audio tour on the internet into an mp3 player.Maps and CDs (with players) are available at St. Pancras Library, Argyle, The Gymnasium.
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