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I have always passed this church and always wanted to visit. The church is lovely and the stained glass window are out of this world. You can understand why this church was the second most expensive to build after st Paul's. Afterwards I went around...More
I often take a look here when walking around in the Euston and Kings Cross area of London. As readers will no doubt know, The Euston Road is one of the busiest roads in London and is is magical to find this oasis of peace...More
This is one of the first things you see when you arrive at Euston Station. A pretty church that has some beautiful sculptures in the grounds on Euston Road side.
Well worth checking out. Even on a wet day!
Unfortunately the church was closed on our way past, however my sister and I stopped to have a look at the beauty of it and the statues in the garden on our way past.
It’s impressive on the outside and I can only imagine how...More
Designed by local architects William and Henry Inwood, St Pancras Parish Church began construction in 1819 and was consecrated in 1822. The total cost of the building including land and furnishings was £76,679, making it at the time the most expensive church to be built...More
Had 20 minutes to spare between trains so popped into the church. Very calming atmosphere and some nice stained glass windows. Interesting sculptures outside and carved columns holding parts of the crypt.
A lovely church but some impressive architecture and stained glass. Free entry and just across the street from the train station. Well worth a visit although it's not well lit which is why some other reviews described it as 'drab'. Would be good to go...More
There's nothing like drawing on the first-hand experience of having been at the Acropolis. That's what the father and son architects named Inwood did in designing this perfect Greek Revival gem, finished in 1822, complete with two sets of caryatids.
The elegant interior is familiar...More
This is a massive church, which has seen its catchment area swallowed up by commercial development. It is now marooned as an anachronism alongside the manically busy Euston Road. The exterior is gloomy and too monumental not to offend the modern eye. The interior is...More