We have to date researched the history of two of the main railway heritage areas: Camden Goods Station and King's Cross Railway Lands. These two locations contain much of the significant heritage remaining. But there are other areas that merit research, including the goods yards and depots created by the Midland Railway at St. Pancras, Somers Town and Kentish Town, as well as the North London Railway and its associated goods, cattle and coal yards.
The locations selected by the railway companies for their passenger and goods termini are themselves of great interest, and some of their history is given in an earlier section =- Before the railways
Some aspects of railway history embrace all locations, and we have gathered these under Social and industrial history