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King's Cross station roof revealed

Network Rail, consultant Arup, contractor Vinci and architect John McAslan + Partners yesterday unveiled the new Western Concourse roof at King’s Cross Station, London.

The centrepiece of the £500M redevelopment is the new vaulted, semi-circular concourse to the west of the existing station.



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  • The cone fan shown in the picture beside the link in (but not in the pictures above) is almost identical to the support for the roof of the railway station at Wemyss Bay on the River Clyde from which the boats for Rothesay depart.

    Nothing new under the sun perhaps.

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