King's Cross Voices
Between 2004 and 2008, King's Cross Voices worked with community members and local partners to record the memories and unique life experiences of those who have lived, worked and studied in the King's Cross area.
The voices in the archive include teachers, shopkeepers, publicans, policemen, students, squatters, housewives, social workers, builders, actors, artists, campaigners, politicians, prostitutes, factory workers, cleaners, office workers and, vitally, a whole range of occupations within the railway industry which has been at the heart of the area for over 150 years.
Page last updated Aug 23, 2012 2:13 PM
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