Former King's Cross Thameslink Underground Station (Modern Building)

Former King's Cross Thameslink Underground Station (Modern Building)


London, United Kingdom (GB)
King's Cross Thameslink Underground Station was a tube station on the Thameslink route in central London. The station opened 10.1.1863, the orignial station buildings closed 1.3.1866 while the rest of the station closed 9.12.2007.

The modern station (closed 2007) occupies part of the orignial site of the Metropolitan Railway's King's Cross Station. The orignial station buildings were located a little further west than the modern station building. The orignial buildings are still there today, but are used as small shops now.

While everything of the modern station is still there. The rails going through the former station are still active and the station can be seen from passing trains.
King's Cross Thameslink Underground Station was a tube station on the Thameslink route in central London. The station opened 10.1.1863, the orignial station buildings closed 1.3.1866 while the rest of the station closed 9.12.2007.

The modern station (closed 2007) occupies part of the orignial site of the Metropolitan Railway's King's Cross Station. The orignial station buildings were located a little further west than the modern station building. The orignial buildings are still there today, but are used as small shops now.

While everything of the modern station is still there. The rails going through the former station are still active and the station can be seen from passing trains.
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Links: en.wikipedia.org, www.disused-stations.org.uk
By: Drudii

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