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Time was when King’s Cross conjured up only visions of urban decay, deindustrialisation, a waste land, even an underground disaster. But with the regeneration accelerated after the arrival of Eurostar, the renewal of the St. Pancras Hotel, the creation of Granary Square, the King’s Place...More
This area is very well presented and has a lovely market on Saturdays in addition to the individual shops and eating places. Plenty of space and flat surfaces with easy access for pushchairs or wheelchairs and plenty of eating places on ground level for the...More
We have seen this areas very slow transformation, but now in the summer there are flowers in profusion and the beds have all been planted and matured in the walkway past the coal office towards the gasometers. It is a really attractive location.
A shortish wall from Kings Cross with a lot of ongoing development. I was intrigued by a restaurant review and fancied lunch before a theatre matinee.
Couldn’t find the restaurant but there was plenty of choice.
The whole development is quite stunning and suggested more...More
I live in Kings Cross, the Coal Drops Yard is just around the corner. Space pulses with people and activities and it's a wonderful mix of old and new. Plenty of free seats as well and a village feels. I absolutely love to show around...More
Visited on a sunny Saturday afternoon and the whole area was buzzing with people of all ages. Well signposted from Kings Cross station Coal Drops Yard has a wow factor. A classy recreational area has been created out of old railway depots with the old...More
Step off the tube at King’s Cross and a short walk away is Coal Drops Yard.
Having been to the Docklands and seen what has been done to rehabilitate old and derelict areas Coal Drops Yard is another fine example at urban renewal.