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The Exceedingly Good Goods Yard

August 04, 2018

The Exceedingly Good Goods Yard

Children's illustration of a cart full of coal and livestock, illustrating a book about London's Coal Drop Yard

'Designed by Lewis Cubitt in 1850 the Goods Yard was a major hub for goods coming in from the north of England and Scotland for distribution across the city. Goods of all shapes and sizes passed through including grain, coal, fish, livestock, and potatoes.'

This guide to Coal Drop Yard, beautifully illustrated by the children of Kings Cross Academy Primary School unearths the story of this historic area, currently being renovated as a destination for designer boutiques, including our new Tracey Neuls Store, opening in October 2018. 

 






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