King's Cross Station, London, c 1853.

King's Cross Station, London, c 1853.
2 8 c m
actual image size: 32cm x 20cm


Illustration of the exterior of Kings Cross Station, produced by R B Fleming and Co Ltd. The station, designed by Lewis Cubitt and built in 1850, was the terminus for the Great Northern Railway. For the first two years the station dealt with private traffic, for example equipment being taken to Crystal Palace for the Great Exhibition, but opened to public traffic in 1852. Here, Queen Victoria is arriving to travel to York Races.

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