One of the "get celebrities to paint things then sell them for charity" displays has arrived at St Pancras Station for a few weeks.
This coming October will mark the 150th anniversary of the opening of St Pancras station, and its modern incarnation is holding a mini-exhibition to mark the anniversary.
Head out of St Pancras station by the Thameslink exit, and facing you will be a monumental tower of weathered steel -- this is Paradigm by Conrad Shawcross.
This month marks the 149th anniversary of the opening of St Pancras Station, and it also marks the start of a year of celebrations to mark its 150th birthday.
Over this weekend, there's a chance to go down to the bottom of one of London's canal locks, while it is being drained for maintenance works.
At the moment, if you go to the upper floors at St Pancras Station, there's a massive steel twisted blade spinning overhead.
A decade ago, work started on refurbishing one of London's more famous derelict buildings, and a few years ago, it opened as a posh hotel.
Within St Pancras Station, where once hung 5 Olympic rings, now hangs a giant game of Tetris.
Just a bit of random weirdness that you sometimes notice when stuck on a platform for 20 minutes waiting for a delayed train.
There is in St Pancras a monumental sculpture by Paul Day, called The Meeting Place, which is intended to evoke the romance of travel through the depiction of a couple locked in an amorous embrace
Behind St Pancras station sits an old church. It only became an old church when a new church was built nearby, and while considered to be very old, it is actually fairly new, but on the site that is quite old, but probably not as old as some people claim.
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