In London and passing through St Pancras station, I was struck by the relief sculpture at the base of the (now) famous statue ‘The Meeting Place’ by Paul Day. Having been put off by the out-sized work of art I had not previously looked at the base which was added in 2008. It is a relief frieze featuring different images from London train and tube history.
I am not a fan of the main statue, above, but the frieze was fascinating and worth spending time examining. Apparently, this work also has its critics because one image showed a person falling into the path of a train. The panel was removed and replaced with a more acceptable image.