The Grand Hotel St Pancras, series
The Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras Station opened its doors to the public on 5 May 1873. It was the most luxurious and grand hotel in London when built – the first to have lifts, electric bells and revolving doors. By the 1930s, it had grown out of fashion and out of date – and in 1935, it closed as a hotel and was used as offices for the London Midland & Scottish Railway Company. In the 1960s, it survived a proposal for demolition. It lay empty for over 20 years before its recent renovation which commenced in 2006. This Grade I listed building has been brought back to life, and is now St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London.
Siobhán was fortunate to spend 6 months visiting and photographing in the hotel in 2006, prior to its recent renovation. She created a book which includes this edit of prints. This series were captured just before works began to renovate the building in 2006; the final days of solitude after years of abandonment and uncertainty. Siobhan felt very privileged to have this time to exsplore and connect with this historic and beautiful building.
A stepped edition of prints are available in 3 sizes.
All prints are Giclee type and printed on Hahnemuhle FineArt photo rag paper cotton paper.
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All prints are available framed either flat mounted or floating and with optional glass specification. Normal glass will reduce the framing price, however we recommend Non Reflective (NR) glass for the best presentation. All frames are subject to a courier delivery charge, as regular post is not available.