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  • Retail soars on the railway
  • Retail soars on the railway
    Martin Pettitt ©
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Retail soars on the railway

Whether grabbing a pint at the local pub or browsing the rails of American Apparel, those passing through King's Cross Station needn't worry about missing the train with so much to do at the station. And as spending in stations soars, it seems more and more people are doing just that.

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