Welsh Slate Cwt-y-Bugail slates feature on a ground-breaking new/old roof of the Coal Drops.

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Formerly an area worth avoiding, London’s Kings Cross has now been transformed into a go-to destination for office workers, students and tourists. The new roofs of the ornate cast-iron and brick structures have been slated with 92,000 new versions of the original Welsh Slates – 500mm x 250mm Cwt Y Bugails from the manufacturer’s Llan Ffestiniog quarry in North Wales

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