Angela Inglis was a writer and photographer who lived in King’s Cross. She documented the industrial architecture of King’s Cross and St Pancras for more than twenty five years.
Her first book, Railway Lands, published in 2007, is a photographic record of the changing landscape around St Pancras Station before and during the building of the international station.
For her new book, King’s Cross: A Sense of Place, she decided to focus on the stories behind the area.
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