Grade II listed building was constructed as Clerkenwell Police Station in 1869.

Grade II listed building was constructed as Clerkenwell Police Station in 1869.

13.11.2020

King's Cross Police Station

Address:
King's Cross Road, London 76
Area:
Kings Cross
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
1869
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Description of King's Cross Police Station

The former King's Cross Police Station building is Grade II listed and is situated on King's Cross Road, London WC1.

Constructed on the site of an earlier police station in 1867-69 to the designs by Thomas Charles Sorby. It was formerly known as Clerkenwell Police Station, and more latterly as King‟s Cross Road Police Station.

It is a four-storey building of yellow stock brick with Portland stone dressings built in the Italianate style with six bays to King‟s Cross Road. It has a tall single-storey block to the south (right front) which has been further extended towards the road.

List Entry Number: 1207691

References:
1. 76 King’s Cross Road Heritage Statement, September 2012 by Atkins.

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