Evidently the architects of Kings Cross station concourse envisaged such a thing when they built “Europe’s largest single-span station structure, comprising of 16 steel tree form columns that radiate from an expressive, tapered central funnel.” It’s certainly something to gaze upon whilst waiting for the departures board to flag up the relevant platform.
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Interesting, I can see what you mean about the mesh fruit protector.
I sometimes feel like an aubergine waiting there!
I can understand that. 😁
It hadn’t occurred to me to think of this as similar to a fruit protector, but now that I have mentioned it, I can’t unsee it!
I hope it does not spoil any future journeys – after all these protectors are supposed to do the opposite!
I actually really like that structure. Only changed trains at Kings Cross twice, and both times it was so busy I couldn’t be bothered to take my camera out of the bag. Of course, in hindsight, I wish I had. Although like with many British train stations, I wish I could have this one all to my self for an hour to take pictures.
yes people get in the way of the camera 😦
As a regular traveller out of there, it will never be the same to me 😁
hope it will always brighten your journeys 🙂
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