Angela Inglis has been a resident of King’s Cross and St Pancras since 1986. While head of English at a local comprehensive school she studied photography under the guidance of Pat Clough.
Her love and involvement with the area of King’s Cross and St Pancras coincided with her passion for photography. This occurred when it became evident that the local landscape was to undergo a massive change. She set about developing an impressive archive of photographic images recording the local landscape. This produced requests from interested bodies which resulted in numerous photographic exhibitions
In 2007 she published 'Railway Lands', a photographic book covering the changing landscape around St Pancras Station before and during the building of the international station. Some of her photographs from this book were used in the updated version of 'St Pancras Station', originally written by Jack Simmons and updated in June this year by Robert Thorne. 
This last September, she published ‘King’s Cross: A Sense of Place’ which celebrates the survival and rebirth of a small corner of historic London, thanks to the vision and tireless campaigning of people who have lived, worked and believed in the area. Click here to go to the book's website.
She works on the King’s Cross Development Forum and is a member of the King’s Cross Conservation Area Advisory Committee.

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