Alan Dein hears true stories from those who live around London's King's Cross station.
Long before the railways, King's Cross was an area known for licentiousness, poverty and despair. But once it became one of the capital's transport hubs it increasingly attracted the lost, the lonely and those with nowhere else to go.
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