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King’s Cross is one of the largest and most exciting redevelopments in London. What was an underused industrial wasteland has been transformed into a new part of the city with homes, shops, offices, galleries, bars, restaurants, schools, and even a university. It is a 15-minute direct tube journey…
The entire area has had £4bn spent on it in the 25 years I've lived here and it is now a very desirable area to live, work or socialise. The two stations of King's Cross and St. Pancras have been meticulously restored to their former 19th century grandeur boasting the zenith of the industrial…
Kings Cross Light Tunnel - Heals of London is a furniture shop along Tottenham Court Road. Towards the back of the store is this staircase which is one of the prettiest interior photo spots in London. I believe people often go into the store just to take pictures of this staircase. Wong Kar Wai…
There's been a huge regeneration project around Kings Cross - there are now tonnes of independent shops, great restaurants and bars in the area around the station (and market stalls at the weekend). Really worth a visit.
Walk along the Regents Canal at the bottom of Kentish Town Rd - turn left to go to the amazing Kings Cross with its myriad of restaurants and parks - or turn right to go through Camden Market and London Zoo to Little Venice.