St Pancras International (Railway Station) 2008
Reflections Railways St Pancras International (Railway Station) 2008 St Pancras International (Railway Station) 2008 6 - Saved from closure in the 1960s by opposition led by John Betjeman, St. Pancras Station underwent a spectacular refurbishment to become the London terminus for high-speed rail services to Europe via the Channel Tunnel. These colour photos show how Barlow’s original 19th century structure has been up-dated, Eurostar trains, the champagne bar, Betjeman’s statue, etc., with descriptive backs. Size 63 x 42mm.
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St Pancras International (Railway Station) 2008

Issuer: Reflections Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: Saved from closure in the 1960s by opposition led by John Betjeman, St. Pancras Station underwent a spectacular refurbishment to become the London terminus for high-speed rail services to Europe via the Channel Tunnel. These colour photos show how Barlow’s original 19th century structure has been up-dated, Eurostar trains, the champagne bar, Betjeman’s statue, etc., with descriptive backs. Size 63 x 42mm. Number of cards in set: 6

Price for complete set: Only £1.50

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