Sky-blue steel-girdered vastness. Towering volume of sound, Pigeons looking unconfused, about their pigeon business, Nobody did train stations like the Europeans, and the British, she thought, best of all. Faith in infrastructure, coupled with a necessity-driven gift for retrofitting. . . . Gazing around like a child, Milgrim, his face lit with a boy's delight in the blue-girded drama, the Dinkey toy grandeur of the great station. [William Gibson, Zero History (2010)]
- View from hotel end (photograph 2012)
- Soot-blackened St Pancras Sation and Railroad Hotel (photograph 1966)
- Victorian wood-engraving
- Trainshed roof after restoration (photograph 2000)
- Trainshed roof after restoration and repainting (photograph 2012)
- Trainshed beams before restoration (photograph 2000)
- Trainshed beams after restoration and repainting (photograph 2012)
- Trainshed Clock and Brickwork
- Juxtaposition of Engineering and Architectural Elements in the Trainshed
- Entrance to Booking Office from Trainshed
- Old Booking Office
- Station Wall with Beam Supporting Trainshed
- Booking Office
- Glass roof, St Pancras
- Ruskinian Gothic Windows
- Architectural Sculpture (1)
- Architectural Sculpture (2)
- Eclectic Gothic Roofline
- Heraldic Shields and Architectural Sculpture
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