Anyway... I arrived at Kings Cross train station at the side entrance on York way (East side, I believe) only to find that the barriers were all closed as this is now a "departures" area only. There were just a couple of trains in the station and barely a person in sight: it was virtually empty. I was told I had to go out through the front of the station right over to the other side (St. Pancras side, initially walking right past my train: literally a few yards away on platform 4), through the new Arrivals area and through the barriers there, where there were queues. I then had to walk back along the front of the station (on the inside this time)), to my train, on platform 4, which I'd passed some minutes before.
Seriously Kings Cross... SERIOUSLY!!
It's amazing and works great. Just been playing Subway Surfer on my Laptop. Can also sync app between your Phone/Tablet and your desktop (but not app data, such as game position, yet)
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