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King's Cross Station, London, United Kingdom

Thursday 20 Jul 2006

Plans revealed for London's new transport hub

King's Cross Station by John McAslan + Partners in London, United Kingdom
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Plans for London’s new £400 million King’s Cross station have been revealed by McAslan and Partners. This development, together with the adjacent St Pancras station (the new International Eurostar terminus), will form a major new transport hub for London which will link the north and midlands of the UK to mainland Europe for the first time. The barrel roof of the 154 year old King’s Cross terminus, originally built on the site of a former fever and smallpox hospital, will be retained to maintain the atmosphere. The station will carry 70,000 passengers per day and is due for completion by 2009.

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John McAslan + Partners

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