Visit the St Pancras Waterpoint

 Registration is closed for this event
Built in 1872 to supply water to the steam train engines flowing in and out of St Pancras, the Grade-II listed Victorian-era water tower is rarely open to the public. In a special opening for the Friends, we'll be guided by the Commodore of St Pancras Cruising Club up the waterpoint to the rooftop views over the new Kings Cross development and the narrowboats moored in St Pancras Basin.

 Several old maps and photos will be available showing the development of the area around the canal during the 19th century, and there will be a virtual walk along the canal from the Museum of the Home to St Pancras Waterpoint. . Please note that the Waterpoint is not accessible.

When
March 21st, 2020 11:00 AM   to   1:30 PM
Location
Victorian Water Tower, Camley Street, Kings Cross
N1C 4PN
United Kingdom
Contact
Event Fee(s)
Friend £ 10.00
Guest £ 12.00