King's Cross Station first opened in 1852, with the Great Northern Hotel opening just a few years later.
Since then, the station has seen many refurbishments. In 2012, a new concourse - covered by a 1,700 tonne steel and glass dome - opened and more recently, a public square was established in front of the main train shed.
King's Cross mixes simple, industrial Victorian architecture with modern and contemporary styles. Features include platforms, concourses, departure boards, retail, high-level walkways and balconies.
Previous projects include: Wonder Woman (Patty Jenkins, 2017), The Imitation Game (Morten Tyldum, 2014), Harry Potter franchise (various directors, 2001-2011), Career Girls (Mike Leigh, 1997), Hoffman (Alvin Rakoff, 1977), Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter (Saul Swimmer, 1968), The Ladykillers (Alexander Mackendrick, 1955), Friday the Thirteenth (Victor Saville, 1933).
London King's Cross Station
Within M25 area, Iconic landmarks, Stations, Victorian