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Network Rail's Kings Cross revamp nears completion

Network Rail has nearly completed its revamp of Kings Cross Station, one year after the opening of the western concourse.

The concourse has provided passengers three times more space, along with more shops and better facilities. The main train shed roves have been reglazed and the southern concourse has been closed and demolished.

“Passengers now have the modern, spacious concourse they deserve and a facility capable of taking everything that’s thrown at it, as we saw during the Diamond Jubilee and the London Olympics and Paralympics,” Network rail’s station manager Tom Caine said.

With the opening of the new King’s cross Square in the autumn we’ll see a further big step forward with the station’s contribution to the regeneration of the whole area.

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