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Kings Cross railway station from the air

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aerial photograph of Kings Cross Station London England UKL . Kings Cross station on the was designed by George Turnbull , Lewis Cubitt and Thomas Cubitt and the Crystal Palace engineer William Cubitt. Kings Cross Station was opened by the Great Northern Railway in 1852 and later run by the London and North Eastern Railway - LNER. Today it is one of the busiest stations in England and operated by Network Rail.

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