St. Pancras Station, one hundred and fifty three years old next month.
Thus it was, on 8th November 2018, the station’s one hundred and fiftieth birthday, that this war memorial was unveiled on the Grand Terrace, not so far from where the station was hit in well-documented air raids in both 1918 & 1941.
Indeed the 1918 raid killed twenty one and wounded thirty three, the largest number of casualties caused by a raid on any of the London stations during the Great War.
Designed by Fabian Peake, the memorial features a list of occupations, representing the men and women from each and their part in the war effort.
Nice, isn’t it? Good job, Fabian.