But Mr Carne could still get a bonus of nearly PS34,000 following the over-running work that led to chaotic scenes at a closed King's Cross station in London on Saturday.
What does KCS stand for?
KCS stands for King's Cross Station (London, UK)
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- Korean Chemical Society
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- Kylocycles per Second
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Samples in periodicals archive:
King's Cross station reopened early on Sunday but train operators said engineering works continued to disrupt some services.
Thousands of passengers endured a miserable weekend after engineering problems forced the of King's Cross station, which links London with reopened yesterday but there wasa engineering problems forced the closure of King's Cross station, which links London with Scotland.
I FIND it most amusing that a candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner, who is standing on a ticket of tough on crime, tough on criminals and backs a strong and swift response to anti-social behaviour, is the very same Vera Baird who has been cited in the papers for speeding at 98mph, then trying to avoid a ban; allowing her dog to foul the platform at King's Cross Station, but avoiding prosecution and being embarrassed by a claim for expenses over Christmas decorations.
For over 100 years the Handyside Bridge had been a distinctive and well-known part of King's Cross Station, but the transformation of this great Victorian building into a 21st century railway terminus meant that it needed a new home," the BBC quoted Paddy Pugh, English Heritage's planning director for London as saying.
The Flying Scotsman thundered into Central Station and it was said to be her last great journey as she attempted a non-stop run from London's King's Cross station to Edinburgh.
1988: The grave of Boadicea, the warrior queen who fought the Romans almost 2,000 years ago, was located by archaeologists under Platform 8 at King's Cross station.
Grand Central will be running only one return service a day to start with between Sunderland and King's Cross station in the capital.