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The Dramatic Stairway of St.Pancras Railway Station 
The Dramatic Stairway of St. Pancras Railway Station in North London.

Robert Morey’s camera is deep and dark with this period evoking stairway shot inside the famous North London Victorian Railway Station of St. Pancras. Built in 1868 as The Midland Grand Hotel and Railway Station it served travellers to and from The East Midlands and Yorkshire. It’s a beautiful vision of Victorian gothic architecture. During the 2000s it was renovated and given a new lease of life as a terminal area for Eurostar Trains to Europe.

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