We went to St. Pancras railway station. And then I remembered I'd come this station a few times at least, because it's the station for Eurostar! We are planning to travel to Europe by train this spring, so it was a sort of a preliminary inspection on the station. We estimated a train-fee using a computer in the ticket office and expanded images of our trip.
The station hosts (a limited time) free photo exhibition; "Urban refugees". The photos by Andrew McConnell, a photographer are displayed all over the station. And I saw painted pianos and some bronze sculptures as well. It's a station but a bit like a museum, you can enjoy seeing artistic works. Sir John Betjeman was an English poet. He had a fondness for Victorian architecture. He is considered instrumental in helping to save the famous façade of St Pancras railway station.
|The Meeting Place by Paul Day|
|Sir John Betjeman|