The winning images from the 2020 Travel Photographer of the Year awards on display in a spectacular, free-to-view outdoor exhibition in magnificent new London venue for TPOTY – Coal Drops Yard, near King’s Cross and St Pancras stations.
Coal Drops Yard is a new shopping and restaurant district in London’s King’s Cross. Coal Drops Yard was originally established in 1850 to handle the eight million tonnes of coal delivered to the capital each year, and was latterly the location of nightclubs Bagley’s and The Cross. The area reopened in October 2018, reinvented by the acclaimed Heatherwick Studio, which has interwoven a contemporary design with the surviving structures and rich ironwork of the original Victorian coal drops. Located within a reimagined set of historic buildings and arches directly adjacent to Granary Square and Regent’s Canal, Coal Drops Yard houses over fifty stores from a unique mix of established and emerging brands, along with cafés, bars, top independent restaurants and new public spaces. www.coaldropsyard.com @coaldropsyard
BY TRAIN & UNDERGROUND
Coal Drops Yard is just a few minutes’ walk from King’s Cross and St Pancras rail and tube stations. As you exit the station, follow signs for Regent’s Canal. Cross the bridge over the canal, and Coal Drops Yard is to your left, just off Granary Square.
If you’re travelling by bus, find out about routes and nearest bus stops HERE.
You’ll see 2 Santander Cycle docking stations in and around King’s Cross. There are on-street bike parking bays, and you’ll find a bike interchange at Evan’s Cycles, between the stations, where you can park securely. FIND OUT MORE.