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Just found this one on my phone from Wednesday. Looking back along the platform at Kings Cross.
13th Oct 2007, 14:16   | tags:,,,,

Caine says:

I like it. Like a vast skeleton, unearthed. You're all about the angles these days.

13th Oct 2007, 14:44

540air says:

Hahahaha it certainly does seem that way. I think it's far more by luck than design to be honest :D

13th Oct 2007, 17:31

JokerXL says:

Hey, that's platform 9.75
(we're decimal here)

13th Oct 2007, 17:51

540air says:

I did try running at the wall, only to be told by a passing member of staff that I was actually on platform 5. That would explain why it didn't work ;D

13th Oct 2007, 17:56

JokerXL says:

Ah, that'd explain things.
And the blood stains.

13th Oct 2007, 18:01

MaggieD says:

*hands 540 an icepack and a sense of reality* ......

13th Oct 2007, 18:31

nige says:

nice, 540.

13th Oct 2007, 19:19

swamprose says:

I loved this station with its ironwork and light. your photo is all about it. :)

13th Oct 2007, 21:59

Viv says:

nice one - and yes I was thinking that your world is listing!

14th Oct 2007, 00:45

swampdonkeys says:

great shot!

14th Oct 2007, 19:48

540air says:

Thanks guys, I'm chuffed you all like this one :D

As for a sense of reality, it's a long old time since I had one of those ;)

14th Oct 2007, 23:33

Euphro says:

I really like that :)

14th Oct 2007, 23:34

540air says:

Thanks E :)

14th Oct 2007, 23:38

taniwha says:

Kings Cross is so old skool ... it's very cool.

19th Oct 2007, 06:46

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