EUROPE'S MOST FAMOUS RAILWAY STATIONS - London

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Program

: Travel
: Jeremy J. P. Fekete
: Yuzu Productions/ Arte G.E.I.E, Stefilm, Laokoon Filmgroup, Servus TV, SWR
: 2018
: HD, 16/9, 4K, One off
: 1x52', 1x45'
: Best documentary - Gold Awards Movie 2018
This episode belongs to the series : EUROPE'S MOST FAMOUS RAILWAY STATIONS

St Pancras is the symbol of the great “Railway-Mania“ of the industrial age. It was built for the second World Expo of London in 1862. The needed ground for the construction site was gained on the slum and land next to St Pancras church. The new building is a different kind of “cathedral” – made of cast iron and glass. St Pancras is the starting point to explore the Victorian age, the life of Charles Dickens and spiritism sessions. On the way meet steam punkers and the falconer of St Pancras - using his birds to fight pigeons.

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