St. Pancras Station

St Pancras station is a railway station in north central London, United Kingdom, between the new British Library building to its west and King’s Cross station to the east.

St Pancras was built in the 19th century, and includes two of the most celebrated structures built in Britain in the Victorian era. The main trainshed, now known as the Barlow Trainshed, for its engineer William Henry Barlow, was the largest single-span structure built up to that time.

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