The Romance of The Railway: Great Northern by Ian Scott Massie
Ian Scott Massie has written a book to accompany the exhibition which includes many of the paintings and prints alongside the stories which weave alongside the tracks. 127 pages, illustrated in colour throughout.
"Our journey begins at Kings Cross - a place with deep roots. The station was built in 1851 on the bank of a vanished river. About 12,000 years ago a glacier melted leaving behind a shallow valley. The valley became the bed of the The River Fleet, now channelled underground, but its course is reflected in the buildings around Kings Cross."