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Esperance Bridge, designed by Moxon Architects and Arup, is now open to the public at King’s Cross. The bridge spans Regent’s Canal and links Pancras Square with Coal Drops Yard.

The bridge’s name was chosen by local children from King’s Cross Academy, a school situated on King’s Cross Estate. Meaning ‘hope’ in French, the children chose Esperance as a symbol of positivity following a year of hardship for many.

Esperance

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Admission / Cost FREE
Organiser Kings Cross x Moxon Architects and Arup

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Granary Square More Info

Address: Kings Cross
London
N1C 4AA
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Public Transport King's Cross
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