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Occasional open day at the St Pancras Water Tower

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 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
 Free (donation requested)

Tour a historic Grade II listed water tower with views of the Kings Cross area and St Pancras station.

The Waterpoint is a significant building, that was constructed in 1872 to supply water to the rapidly growing steam railway network at St Pancras,

It was designed by the office of Sir George Gilbert Scott, the architect responsible for the magnificent Midland Grand Hotel. The ornate brickwork and elaborate detailing is an indication of the importance of engineering to the Victorians.

Tours start every hour between 10am and 3pm and last 1 hour. Guides describe the history of the building as well the adjacent Regent's Canal, the former Kings Cross goods depot and the former coal drops.

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Contact and Booking Details

 
 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
 Free (donation requested)

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2024-09-14 10:00 2024-09-14 10:00 Europe/London Occasional open day at the St Pancras Water Tower Tour a historic Grade II listed water tower with views of the Kings Cross area and St Pancras station. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2024/09/14/occasional-open-day-at-the-st-pancras-water-tower-387411 St Pancras Waterpoint,Camley Street,London,

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Location

St Pancras Waterpoint,

Camley Street,
London,
N1C 4PN

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