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Plaque: King's Cross Station

Erection date: 26/9/2013


King's Cross Station - Lewis Cubitt (1799 - 1883) architect.
The station was opened in 1852 as the London terminus of the Great Northern Railway and was restored between 2008 and 2013 by Network Rail with support from the Railway Heritage Trust. The station is Listed Grade I and stands in the King's Cross & St Pancras Conservation Area.

Site: King's Cross Station (1 memorial)

NW1, Euston Road, King's Cross Station

A few years later, in 1854, Lewis Cubitt also designed the much more traditional Great Nothern Hotel, a bit of which you can see on the left of our photo.

Astonishingly this station has about 10 memorials - use our "Go to map of other memorials in this area" to find them all.

Matt of Londonist has a thought-provoking post about an art-work in this station.

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This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
King's Cross Station

Information Subjects commemorated

Lewis Cubitt

Architect.  Younger brother of Thomas.  Designed King's Cross station, the Gr...

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King's Cross Station

Designed by Lewis Cubitt.  Took the name from the area which had taken it fro...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
King's Cross Station

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Network Rail

Government-created owner and operator of most of the rail infrastructure in G...

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