St. Pancras Redux

The St. Pancras is a classic old railway hotel designed by British Architect Gilbert Scott. It ran out of steam in the 30s and sat more or less derelict, used for a sett for the occasional Victorian or horror film, especially the grand staircase. It was even used for music videos. In the second decade of the 21st century, as St. Pancras Station was being refitted to accommodate the Eurostar Chunnel train and other high speed offerings, the hotel got a refit and it is, again, a grand place to stay.

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