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The Flying Scotsman is a Grade II listed public house at 2–4 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London.
It was originally called The Scottish Stores, and was designed by the architects Wylson and Long, probably for James Kirk, and built in 1900–01.
The Flying Scotsman closed in November 2015, and re-opened as The Scottish Stores (its original name) in December 2015, as a pub specialising in craft beer.
The pub features in the 1999 film The Protagonists.
The Scottish Stores Reviews
We were staying in Kings across and wanted a nice pub to go to before meeting friends! We stumbled across this one and were not disappointed. It was busy and had a great bustling atmosphere and a... more »
Visit this area often because of its convenient location for meeting up for lunch with friends either travelling from North or South London outskirts, and the area's large number of excellent eating..... more »
A great and old fashioned London boozer, refurbished sympathetically to its former glory. Great choice of beers but one member of staff did seem to struggle with multiple orders, happily his colleague helped him out.. a lot.
Very nice pub with interesting beers and nice snacks. We were there today, 28th December. It was a bit late in opening and so we nearly went elsewhere but it opened just in time. Everything fine except that the ladies toilets seemed a bit grubby at one hour after opening. Not sure there had been any cleaning since the night before!
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