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King's Cross is the London terminus for the east coast main line. Over 40 million people pass through the station each year.
Phase one of the King's Cross redevelopment project completed with the opening of the new western departures concourse in March 2012.
It is rumoured that Queen Boudicea is buried beneath platform 8.
The second and final stage of the redevelopment of King's Cross will be the removal of the 1973 extension and the restoration of the original facade. Passengers will leave through the front of the station onto a new public square.
This phase of the project will start after the Olympics and end in late 2013. Find out what's happening at King's Cross.