St. Pancras Artefacts

As a Grade 1 listed building, St. Pancras is adorned with artifacts from the intricately detailed stonework to majestic arches. Take a stroll through the station to appreciate the craftmanship and attention to detail that make up this architectural masterpiece.

As you explore St. Pancras, you will encourage some artifacts. One notable feature is the Sir John Betjeman statue, located on the Grand Terrace, a tribute to the renowned poet and preservationist who played a pivotal role in saving St. Pancras from demolition in the 1960s. The statue stands as a testament to Betjeman's dedication to preserving our architectural heritage and celebrates the triumph of St. Pancras.

Another iconic fixture is the Meeting Place statue, located beneath the Dent Clock. This poignant bronze sculpture by Paul Day depicts a couple in a warm embrace, capturing the essence of reunions and farewells that have echoed through St. Pancras over the years. It serves as a reminder of the stations role as a place of connections.

For those interested in contemporary art, St. Pancras boasts modern installations that add a dynamic touch to the historic surroundings. These captivating pieces provide a contrast to the Victoria elegance. Explore St. Pancras Wires here.

The Meeting Place Statue

A 9m tall bronze statue of a couple's embrace by the world renowned sculptor Paul Day.

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The Sir John Betjeman Statue

Poet, Sir John Betjeman lead a campaign to save St. Pancras Station and the Chambers from demolition in the 1960's.

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The DENT London Clock

The famous St. Pancras DENT London clock has been reconstructed by the original makers...

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War Memorial Unveiled

On its 150th anniversary and the centenary of the end of World War I, St. Pancras International unveiled on 8th November 2018, a permanent war memorial.

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St. Pancras International and Bordeaux Saint-Jean now twinned

Here's more about the twinning of two iconic railway stations.

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