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Euston station plans facing major rethink after PM gives HS2 the green light


In the course of 'getting Euston right' would it not be well worth revisiting the possibility of rebuilding Philip Hardwick's superb and shamefully demolished Arch? The location of the dumped stonework is apparently known - and but for the grace of God St Pancras station and the Foreign Office could have met the same fate, courtesy of a culture that (with hindsight) was somewhat barbaric. To pay for this, perhaps the Safras could see their way to making a contribution - to create a far more civilised legacy than plonking Foster's monstrous RPG lookalike into the middle of London.

Posted date

12 February, 2020

Posted time

9:52 am