St Pancras, monuments and buildings, art and landmarks 2021

Today we looking at some of the grandious buildings and monuments in st pancras.

St Pancras train station is a central London train terminus on Euston Road in the London Borough  of Camden, also known as London St Pancras or St Pancras International, and officially since 2007 as London St Pancras  International.

Today we stood at the famous location where SpiderMan: Far From Home, The railway station scene is where Peter Parker and his buddies arrive was shot in London, 

United Kingdom’s St. Pancras  International? Begin scrolling.

The last few scenes of this trailer shows saint pancras

The Midland Railway (MR) built the  station since it had a large rail  network in the Midlands and North ofEngland but no dedicated connectioninto London. 

The MR chose to create a line from Bedford to London with itsown terminus after rail traffic  concerns during the 1862  International Exhibition.

St Pancras International is more than just a railway station; it’s a stunning Grade 1 listed structure that will take your breath away, 

as well as a destination in and of  itself, with shops, restaurants, and cafes.

The historic St Pancras station in London, which first opened in 1868, was wonderfully refurbished and  reopened on November 14, 2007, to serve as the London terminus for Eurostar trains to Paris, Brugge, and other European destinations.

The parish was named after Saint Pancras, a 14-year-old boy who had converted to Christianity and would not renounce his faith. As a result, he was beheaded by Diocletian in Rome in 304AD.

He is the patron saint of children. St Pancras is a Greek name meaning ‘the one that holds everything’.

A large proportion of the 60 million bricks to build St Pancras featuring its own spa and pleasure grounds – the gardens of the Spa were very extensive and laid out with long straight walks. 

The Meeting Place 


The Meeting Place is a 9-metre-high (30 ft), 20-tonne (20-long-ton) bronze sculpture that stands at the south end of the upper level of saint pancras

Designed by the British artist Paul Day and unveiled in 2007, it is intended to evoke the romance of travel through the depiction of a couple locked in an amorous embrace.

The statue of John Betjeman at St Pancras railway station, London is a depiction in bronze by the sculptor Martin Jennings.

The statue was designed and cast in 2007 and was unveiled on 12 November 2007 by Betjeman’s daughter, Candida Lycett Green and the then Poet Laureate

Andrew Motion to commemorate Betjeman and mark the opening of St Pancras International as the London terminus of the Eurostar high-speed rail link between Great Britain and mainland Europe.

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