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, "Richard Wordingham"
> Perhaps he said ["pan'krVs]. That is what I would say. The
> realisation of the /n/ would vary, sometimes yielding /N/. I
> say the opposition is close to being neutralised there. Perhaps I
> can't talk properly. ["paNkr&s] is possible, but does not feel
Two further comments:
1) I do have to remind myself that it is St. Pancras and not St
2) The line from St Pancras to Bedford is known as the 'bedpan' line.