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A Medieval Buddha at St Pancras Station? December 16, 2010

Author: Beach Combing | in : Medieval, Modern
A Medieval Buddha at St Pancras Station?

Beachcombing is rapidly coming down with flu at the moment and so will have to satisfy himself with a short post today. He will, in fact, take the reader to nineteenth-century central London, at a time when St Pancras Station (opened 1868) was being built up and connected. Beachcombing – sick or well - loves stations because they are vortexes of anarchy and […]