This image beautifully captures the detail in ironwork of the sweeping archways and windows of the train shed. It contrasts the blues of the ironwork with the comforting reds of the Nottingham brick walls. We love how the statue of Sir John Betjeman looks up towards the famous clock that has helped many travellers catch their trains on time.
St Pancras International is a multi-purpose space that combines rail travel with shopping, eating and social activities. The scene in this photo nicely captures these activities with the train platforms in the upper hall, and the shops and cafes in the lower area. There is also a nice contrast with the softer blue natural light blending with the bright yellows of the electric light in the lower level.