This morning King’s Cross Square was finally open.
For many months now, King’s Cross has been a construction site as first they built the new concourse, and then dismantled the ugly 1970s facade. Now the original frontage has been revealed.
There’s still a bit of “snagging” to complete – workers rush to finish the last corner before the grand opening.
I’ve no idea who’ll be officially opening the square – but my money’s on Boris. This will be the lectern that they use anyway.
They continue to try to make us eat more healthily.
But there’s the odd teething problem.
I’m not sure quite why they hired so many living statues, but I suppose they needed a “thing.”
Either way, the living statues alongside an actual news reporter seemed to be the most exciting thing for most commuters/travellers/passers-by.