London St Pancras Station on 3 May 2016.

On this day two years ago (3 May 2016), I spent the morning photographing London’s St. Pancras Station.

The old terminal of the Midland Railway is my favorite London Station, and among the most influential railway stations in Britain.

I’ve featured this station in a number of books, including Depots, Stations & Terminals published by Voyageur Press in 2015, and my new Railway Guide to Europe, now available from Kalmbach Publishing.

https://www.amazon.com/Railway-Depots-Stations-Terminals-Solomon/dp/0760348901

Click here to order Brian Solomon’s Railway Guide to Europe.

These photos were exposed digitally using my FujiFilm X-T1. Although I exposed the images in RAW and JPG, all of these images represent the colour and contrast of the in-camera JPG with Fujifilm colour profile.

London St Pancras on 3 May 2016. Exposed with a FujiFilm X-T1 fitted with 18-135mm Fujinon zoom lens.
London St. Pancras. Exposed digitally using a FujiFilm X-T1 with Zeiss 12mm Touit.
London St. Pancras. Exposed digitally using a FujiFilm X-T1 with Zeiss 12mm Touit.
London St. Pancras. Exposed digitally using a FujiFilm X-T1 with Zeiss 12mm Touit.
London St. Pancras. Exposed digitally using a FujiFilm X-T1 with Zeiss 12mm Touit.
London St. Pancras. Exposed digitally using a FujiFilm X-T1 with Zeiss 12mm Touit.

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One thought on “London St Pancras Station on 3 May 2016.”

  1. A bit of useless information. The Russian word for station is “VOKSAL” spelt in the Cyrillic alphabet of course. Check this out on photos of train stations in that country. This seems to have arisen from a visit to Vauxhall in London by officials of the fledgling Russian railways in the 19th century. Now that’s an influential station!

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