After the Kings Cross visit, I turned to see this Gothic Victorian building named after St. Pancras. St. Pancras is invoked against cramps, false witness, headache, and perjury. He is a patron saint of children. He was beheaded for being a Christian. Hmmm. Anyway, back to the building.
The clock tower
The balconies are extraordinarily well decorated. With carvings below, heraldic shields on the columns, terracotta tiles, carvings of griffins on the supports. you name it. Cleaning them will be a pain.
The windows have so much stuff, its difficult to figure out what to look at.
The top of the Corinthian columns are having these holes. Like they had some attachments there earlier. Or is that to reduce weight?
And more of the lovely bits and bobs on the annexe. Gargoyles on the top. With the Dutch style of stepped roofs. Lovely, but so so so busy