For today's #plushiesundayartsection, we'd like to show you some beautiful Victorian gothic architecture. This is London's most famous train station. It's called St Pancras and was opened in 1868. The roof of the station is made up of wrought iron ribs in an arch that is 100ft high. Some silly people wanted to demolish it in 1960, because it had fallen into disrepair, and they wanted to make way for something modern, can you believe? But it was saved. Hurrah! Today, it has a very grand hotel inside (which we visited for photos on our great instameet the other day - sadly, we've never stayed, but you can swipe for photos), and it is the station for Eurostar, and has cute shops and restaurants, and pianos for people to play.
And that is the end of our mini tour. We hope you liked it.
By the way, don't forget, if you haven't read the latest fashion special issue of #petsmews, you still can. Just go to my big and download it for free.
Love, Tipsy Cat xx