(East Coast Main Line)
In British Rail days the station was host to Deltic, HST and later Class 91 hauled services along the East Coast Main Line. However by the end of the century the station was beginning to be rather run down.
In the early twenty first century London Kings Cross was redeveloped and the original roof restored. In recent years the station has gained fame from the Harry Potter books and films.
London Kings Cross is adjacent to London St Pancras and the two termini share a London Underground station served by no less than six tube lines. The combined transport hub is one of the busiest in the country. London Kings Cross is served by the LNER's modern day namesake, Hull Trains, Great Northern and Thameslink.
|Virgin Trains HST|
|Grand Central 180|
|Virgin Trains DVT|
|Under the roof|