Sometimes the delight is in the details. This picture was shot in the St. Pancras Renaissance London Hotel from the top looking down. The extra-wide staircase is said to have been built this way so that two women in full Victorian regalia could pass in their dresses. The hotel, which opened in 1873 as the Midland Grand Hotel, is in the St. Pancras station. It had fallen into disrepair but has been restored and includes a Victorian tiled pool.
Joselle Celine Gilvezan, Sherman Oaks
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