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King's Cross Plaque

A plaque at King's Cross Station commemorating the official opening on 14 March 2012 of the newly refurbished and extended station.

The plaque is made from an original stone tread from a staircase in the Western Range of King's Cross Station, designed by Lewis Cubitt in 1852. Part of the stair was removed to make way for the new southern gateline. Its current dished profile shows the wear of many generations of railway office workers.

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