King’s Cross Train Station in Black and White

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This is where we took an express train to York. The King’s Cross station was quite impressive, I wish we had a little more time to look around. It was built in 1851–1852 and named after a monument to King George IV that was demolished in 1845. In 2007, a £500 million restoration plan was approved.

Below is the original version taken with iPhone 6.

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For Sally’s Mobile Photography Challenge. Week 3 is black and white.

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48 thoughts on “King’s Cross Train Station in Black and White

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