King's Cross fire - names

King's Cross fire - names King's Cross fire - names

{On the top plaque:}
King's Cross Disaster Fund
In memory of the 31 people who died in the terrible fire at King's Cross underground station on the night of 18th November 1987.

{On the lower plaque: a list of 30 names in alphabetical sequence, followed by:}
An unidentified man
Later identified as Alexander Williamson Fallon

{For the full list of names see Subjects commemorated.}

Site: King's Cross fire - names (1 memorial)

N1, Euston Road, King's Cross tube station

Below ground, at the north end of the tunnel under the Euston Road.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
King's Cross fire - names

Subjects commemorated i

Betty Afua Agyapong

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