Foreman's hut at King's Cross station yard, 1 September 1950.
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This hut was used as an office by the site's foreman, and was where he could have a break and make a drink. These sidings where were trains were coupled or uncoupled, and prepared before leaving the station. The 'Flying Scotsman' appears to have just been uncoupled.