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The Handyside car park provides space for residents and visitors to the new King’s Cross development area

Mark Moran
10 November 2017
Inside the Handyside car park
Inside the Handyside car park

 

The meeting point of road, river and rail, King’s Cross in North London has had seen many ups and downs over the past 150 years. Two grand rail termini were constructed in the Victorian era – the clean lines of King’s Cross station and the Gothic grandeur of St Pancras and its companion, the Midland Grand Hotel. While always a busy national rail and commuter hub, during the Post-War era the area became run-down and neglected. 

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