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What does KCS stand for?

KCS stands for King's Cross Station (London, UK)

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Dozens of members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers union (RMT) gathered outside King's Cross station in London to remember the 31 people who died there after a fire on an escalator began on the evening of November 18, 1987.
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.
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.
As I fought my way out of King's Cross station and walked past the terraces of £30-a-night guesthouses, I knew that our romantic Friday night had a chance of going seriously pear-shaped.
Grand Central will be running only one return service a day to start with between Sunderland and King's Cross station in the capital.
The train - famed for departing from imaginary platform 9% at London's King's Cross station in the fantasy series - had scores of windows smashed by yobs.