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St Pancras subject of an exhibition


The changing scene at St Pancras, soon to be London's new international terminal for the Channel Tunnel Rail Link high-speed line, is the subject of an exhibition which opens this month.

St Pancras - rebirth of a station is sponsored jointly by Union Railways, which is responsible for construction of CTRL, and Spheroview, the company behind the still and QuickTimeVR photographic techniques featured.

Union Railways head of public affairs Richard Jones said: 'Spheroview has been taking dramatic images of St Pancras as the station extension and renovation have progressed, and we wanted to give the many people who are interested in the area, its past and its future an opportunity to see the results.' The exhibition runs from 2 to 31 March at Tapestry.MM Gallery, 5152 Frith Street, London W1.

It is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm. Admission is free.

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