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Lady of St. Pancras

Danielle Willkens

Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

New St Pancras church

While on an alternative photographic excursion to document poor stone consolidation techniques I was fortunate enough to capture a bit of historic preservation serendipity at New St. Pancras church. During a conservation project, the famous terra cotta caryatids were 'mummified' in bubble wrap to protect their friable surface. While passing the church on my daily route between UCL and my flat I noticed that the wrapped covering had blown to the side, revealing the expressive face within the architecture.


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