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16/04/1977

 
 

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  28/06/1979  
  19/03/1988  
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  28/05/1988  
  The yards behind Kings Cross were still an interesting place to visit at this time, and you could happily wander around where you pleased,although freight and parcels had virtually stopped. 28/05/1988  
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  01/11/1989  
  The west side of the Station has just gone through a complete transformation, 2013, although the GN Hotel and St Pancras trainshed would still be recognisable. 01/11/1989  
  Suburban platforms. 01/11/1989  
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  08/12/1989  
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  Looking towards the former York Road Station. 08/12/1989  
  31/03/1990  
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  Even the lorry looks in keeping. 31/03/1990  
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  14/06/1990  
  The former York Road Underground Station. 14/06/1990  
  View looking south to the Station across the lines that led to Top Shed, the Turntable pit was still easy to find. 14/06/1990  
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  The GN Warehouse has survived the St Pancras rebuilding, although heavily altered. 14/06/1990  
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  Looking west towards Top Shed, this whole are has been transformed by the St Pancras rebuilding, and in 2013 work was still taking place at slotting various buildings in between the running lines so no space was left unused. 22/03/1992  
  The trackbed of the original Up Main and Up Slow lines are clearly seen. 22/03/1992  
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  The Cement Works has survived the arrival of Eurostars, but is now served by road. 22/03/1992  
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  From above Gasworks Tunnel, Copenhagen Tunnel can be seen, with the disused Bore on the right and the North London Line Bridge, a scene easily recognisable to any fans of The Ladykillers, although looking in the opposite direction. 22/03/1992  
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29/10/1994

 
  60009 Union of Africa at the buffer stops after arriving with her train from Peterborough, marking the first public steam hauled train at The Cross since the 60's. In the following 20 years Steam has been a regular visitor. 29/10/1994  
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