Tag Archives: King’s Cross

Waiting

The walkway at King’s Cross station in London, that crosses over the main concourse, is frequently a photo opportunity. There is always someone on the move or standing up there waiting: watching the departure boards, phoning or texting, or just … Continue reading

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Fish out of Water

I was in London last week to see an exhibition of the work of McCauley ‘Mac’ Conner at the House of Illustration at King’s Cross. Mac was an admirer of the work of Norman Rockwell and became one of the … Continue reading

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This Way or That Way?

The area just north of King’s Cross Station in London is an area undergoing intense redevelopment. This has been ongoing for several years and will continue for several more years. Each visit to the area reveals something new. Building sites … Continue reading

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Default to iPhone

Last Friday I committed one of the cardinal sins of digital photography: forgetting to check the charge on the camera’s battery before leaving home. With the inevitable result – the camera died in the middle of shooting a bunch of … Continue reading

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Crossing Over

There’s a trend for many modern buildings to have a central atrium. Some examples are open spaces, others are internal atria. The Guardian Media group – publishers of the Guardian and Observer newspapers  – is housed in Kings Place at … Continue reading

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Lunch Break Texting

The King’s Cross Area of London has been undergoing a huge renovation programme for several years. I visited the area recently and was amazed at the changes. Part of the University of the Arts has moved into a block of … Continue reading

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Standing Still

I was in London again yesterday for a meeting, and had lunch afterwards with my daughter at King’s Cross. King’s Cross railway station has recently undergone a major redevelopment that includes the addition of a vast semi-circular departures concourse with … Continue reading

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