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Posted on: 23rd March, 2015

King’s Cross, A Changing Landscape

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Posted on:
23rd March, 2015

Part of
‘Walking the City’ TCCE Annual Walking Weekend 2015

Walk Guide: Andrew Breer, King’s College London
Duration: about 90 minutes

This walk discusses the changing nature of the King’s Cross neighbourhood from the 1660s through to today. It addresses transportation and the cultural heritage of this unique neighbourhood, as well as architectural history of various buildings including St Pancras. The walk’s leader will also guide you down the historic canal towpath while discussing the industrial history of this colourful area.

The walk is roughly 1.5 miles and includes sections on the Regents Canal footpath, which is narrow in places, so adequate footwear is essential.

The walk will start at The Goodenough Club, Mecklenburgh Square (The nearest tube station is Russell Square) and end at The British Library, Euston Road.

Booking is essential, so please BOOK NOW.

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