PCA Monograph 19An Immense and Exceedingly Commodious Goods Station

The Archaeology and History of the Great Northern Railway's Goods Yard at King's Cross, 1849 to the Present Day

Rebecca Haslam and Guy Thompson

PCA Monograph 19A redevelopment to the north of King's Cross Passenger Station presented a unique opportunity to thoroughly investigate the archaeology, built heritage and history of one of the most important former railway termini in the country: King's Cross Goods Yard, which forms the focus of this book. Thanks to the sympathetic nature of the redevelopment, that yard now happens to be one of the most complete and best preserved examples of its kind in Britain.

Publication Details

Hardback: 340 pages
Publish Date: 2016
Language: English
223 Images, Colour throughout
ISBN: 978-0-9926672-6-9
Price: £30 + Post & Packing
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