Early morning commuters are in for a steamy surprise in a few weeks, as the Flying Scotsman makes its inaugural passenger journey from King's Cross station.
This is a little different, but the newish passenger tunnel at King's Cross station is the setting for a lecture next month.
Ever get lost at King's Cross tube station and wonder where all those tunnels and corridors really lead to?
The complex of tunnels and entrances at King's Cross tube station gained another addition recently, a stunning tunnel with a permanently changing lighting effect.
The large flat regular space of the new plaza outside King's Cross station has started to regain a little bit of the clutter that defined it for the past hundred years.
Barely meeting its Thursday deadline, the long anticipated King's Cross station got the wide plaza space in front of the original Victorian station building.
As King's Cross station inches closer to completing its refurbishment, a firm was able to lay its hands on a load of the old wooden planks used in a warehouse and refurbished them as well.
In just under two weeks time, commuters arriving at King's Cross station will be the first to leave the front of the building and walk not onto a building site, but a large open plaza.
And thus it was that Tube Geek met Lego Geek and they turned the geek up to 11 by combining their geekdom in the form of several tube maps made out of Lego bricks.
Another look back at the construction of the world's oldest underground passenger railway as seen by the Illustrated London News - this time from February 1862.
Another look at the construction of the world's first underground passenger railway as seen by the Illustrated London News - this time from Feb 1861.
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