Four classics from one of the most outstanding punk bands of all time - The Clash. Which is your favorite?
Joe Strummer - Lead and backing vocals, rythm guitar and piano
Mick Jones - Lead guitar, piano, harmonica, backing and leading vocals
Paul Simonon - bass guitar, backing vocals and lead vocals
Topper Headon - drums, percussion
The Clash (1977)
London Calling (1979)
Combat Rock (1982)
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Miércoles, un gran día para disfrutar de un nuevo vídeo de unas de las canciones más importantes de Bruce, disfruta de esta versión de 2009, en el Hyde Park de London: https://youtu.be/8j1aCBRWlc8 #racinginthestreet#londoncalling#brucelive
Can you believe this staircase was designed by a competition winner? In fact, the whole of the hotel at St Pancras Station was! The hotel opened in stages between 1873 and 1876 and it oozed Victorian opulence, so much so that this staircase was built extra wide so that the Victorian ladies could walk past each other without the skirts on their dresses touching!
The hotel, which is now called the Renaissance, fell into disrepair of the years and was virtually abandoned! Luckily for us, the Eurostar (the train service between London and Paris) was conformed to be moved from Waterloo Station to St Pancras Station. It was decided that like St Pancras Station itself, the hotel would be restored back to its original beauty, this included the Grand Staircase which remains open to guests today! St Pancras Station was recently named as one of the best railway stations in Europe and I would have to agree!
It’s criminal that a building as beautiful as this was ever left unused and unloved but unfortunately there have been many similar cases in the UK over the years. We are spoilt for choice when it comes to historic structures and that means they are often taken for granted. It does seem however that in the last few years people have been taking more of an interest in such places and investing more money into protecting and renovating them back to their former glory!
My train into London runs into Kings across Station which is right next to St Pancras! Visitors to London might see the underground station is name ‘Kings Cross St Pancras’ and this is because they are literally a 30 second walk from each other! They are connected by underground tunnels thanks to them sharing a tube station 🚂