Walks and Tours

On The Beat in the Kings Cross Railway Lands

01 June 2024

11:00 -12:30

Join for unique guided walk through the recently regenerated area of Kings Cross, which started off as London's coal bunker and hub for anything and everything!

After WWII, the area of Kings Cross became derelict, dirty, dangerous and dodgy. Within the past ten years it has been totally reimagined to become one of London's main tourist spots. This walk will contain a mix of architectural history and stories and memories from a Bobby on the Beat in this area fifty years ago.

This is a carefully chosen walking route, which is flat and step free and will take around 90 mins.

Image: Chris Foster

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Location

The streets of Kings Cross

Starting point outside the front of Kings Cross Station under the clock tower
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Look out for be under the clock tower directly underneath Kings Cross Railway Station holding a "Guided Walk" sign.


Tickets / Admission

£12, £7 concessions

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Organiser

Camden Tour Guides Association

Website:
Camden Tour Guides Association
Twitter:
@CFozzyFoster
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Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Quiet Space
Personal Assistant or Carer Discount


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: chrisfoster2@outlook.com .
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