Central Saint Martins - King's Cross Route Plan

Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, King's Cross, London N1C 4AA

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Guide Last Updated: 07/07/2016

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Access Guide

  • This route plan takes you from King's Cross Station to the main entrance of Central Saint Martins College.

  • Please note, there were major building works near the college at the time of survey which did affect the route.

  • Exit the station onto King's Cross Square.

  • There are lifts from all underground platforms and step free access to all underground and national rail services.

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  • Turn left and head down to York Way.

  • There is a slight downhill slope towards York Way.

  • The surface is block paving.

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  • The surface of the road is slightly uneven block paving.

  • The service road has dropped kerbs on both sides.

  • The road service is tarmac.

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  • There is a bus stop along York Way that is very busy.

  • It has seating, a shelter and an electronic timetable.

  • It serves buses 17, 91, 259, 390, N91.

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  • The surface of the road is slightly uneven block paving.

  • There is a slight uphill gradient and another going towards the road.

  • There is a strip of tactile paving by a pedestrian crossing.

  • The service road has tactile dropped kerbs at either side and the surface of the road is cobbled.

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  • The bus stop has shelter and seating.

  • The bus stop serves the 390 bus only.

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  • The surface of the road is slightly uneven block paving with a slight uphill gradient.

  • There is a service road with has dropped kerbs on either side.

  • The road itself is tarmac with a cobbled strip.

  • After the service road keep going till you reach Good's Way.

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  • There is an easy uphill slope as well as a slight gradient leadng down to the road.

  • The surface is concrete.

  • There are tactile paving slabs located at pedestrian crossings.

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  • The service road has tactile dropped kerbs at either side and a tactile paved island in the middle.

  • There is a slight gradient downhill.

  • The surface of the road is tarmac.

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  • There is a portable ramp leading down to the road.

  • On the other side there is a tactile paved dropped kerb to your left.

  • The road is tarmac that is blocked off from vehicular traffic.

  • Continue to cross King's Boulevard.

  • There are dropped kerbs to the cobbled road.

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  • The road has tactile paved dropped kerbs.

  • There is an island with tactile paving in the middle.

  • Cross the bridge across the canal located ahead and to the right.

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  • The surface is slightly uneven.

  • There is a slight gradient to the road.

  • Cross the cobbled road to Granary Square.

  • There are tactile dropped kerbs on either side of the road.

  • The surface of the road is cobbled.

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  • Granary Square has a slight downhill gradient and slightly uneven block paving.

  • There are several water features in the Square.

  • On the other side of the Square is the venue.

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