Photographer David Clifford has captured the world's most dogged runners doing what they love in the most remote and unforgiving environments.
Take a look - it opens to the public on Monday
It has been eight years in the making and finally, in time for the Olympics, the new £500 million concourse at King's Cross station has opened. The transformation has been described as the biggest in the history of the station, and no doubt it'll go a long way towards helping the local area's redevelopment and the move away from its former seedy image. Take a look at these stunning pictures of the vast steel-and-glass roof that allows light to flood the hall.
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London is a modern city, and its buildings should speak of such. Why not appreciate that it's a fantastic addition to one of the world's largest transport hubs, that it's design has also assited in the restoration of gem of victorian heritage, and at a 500 million pound cost, 100's of employers, from architects to engineers to labourers, have put their dinner on the table for several years because of the work involved. Ticket prices are rising, but it doesn't negate the fact investment like is about far more than the olympics.
It looks very good, hope everyone appreciates the new look.
I think the railway know what they are doing, regards the money side.
People will moan about anything these days, it is not their money, so why make such a fuss about it, and the amount of money used. There is a good valid reason for the work I am sure.
I think maybe it was a Victorian railway station before, do not know, it is a real shame to see all the Victorian architecture gradually going, I love anything Victorian, it is all part of London rich history, London is extreemly old.