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St Pancras International Station,  London,  November 2018


These six foot tall, ghostly statues have been standing guard in St Pancras for much of this year. They are there to keep the service given by British soldiers in our memories, and also to remind us of the role British railways played in transporting both troops and supplies.

They are due to leave the station very soon, so if you haven’t seen them do stop by if you’re passing  through the station.




Copyright Debbie Smyth, 26 November 2018

Posted as part of Tuesday Photo Challenge

6 replies »

  1. Great pictures! The exhibit looks great. I hope they remain until next April. I plan to be in England and will make it a point to take the train! Thank you for sharing.


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