A view from the bridge – and the balcony of the newly-restored St Pancras Hotel

Behind the scenes at the recently-opened St Pancras Hotel.  These pictures are taken from the internal bridge running through the hotel and from the small balcony above
the entrance to the grand staircase and what is now the main restaurant. The internal bridge runs across the two arches at the front of the hotel.  The occasion was a guided tour last Saturday by Royden Stock, hotel historian and tour guide who has been associated with the building for the past fifteen years.  He is highly knowledgeable, funny and deeply committed to the history of this amazing place. The tour is strongly recommended. This is his email.

Published by Paul Lincoln

Printmaker, City of London Guide and commissioning editor Landscape, the journal of the Landscape Institute.


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