End of the Line
Liverpool Street Station is a little strange. It started life as a standard Victorian station with the high vaulted glazed cast iron roof needed to cope with steam trains. When it was redeveloped in the sixties (maybe early seventies) they covered over half the station so they could sell off land to build on, and the Broadgate Centre was born. Because of its geography there are high walkways (with, yes you guessed it, shops)that let you look down on the people scurrying around.
I'm off for a while, as ever the posts should keep rolling.