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EXTRAORDINARY ART, IN AN EXTRAORDINARY PLACE.

St Pancras International has been home to some of the finest and most discussed pieces of public art – from the Martin Jennings statue of Sir John Betjeman, to Paul Day’s Meeting Place Statue, known to many as ‘the Lovers’. 

As well as welcoming visitors to London, we want to serve the people who travel through the station day in, day out with something magical. 

Terrace Wires

The Terrace Wires arts project sees world-class artworks suspended in the historic Barlow Shed, where the iconic Olympic Rings once hung.

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Art and artefacts

Our three icons – the Sir John Betjeman statue, ‘the Lovers’ statue and the Dent Clock – will be a familiar sight to regular visitors to St Pancras International.

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Poetry at St Pancras

In 2016 Archita Sinha, winner of that year’s Betjeman Poetry Prize, was named as the second St Pancras Poet Laureate, following in the footsteps of Lucy Arnold-Forster.

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St Pancras on film & TV

A famous and celebrated London landmark, St Pancras International has starred in many a film and TV scene.

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