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I was in the area of Kong’s Cross Station and had heard that it was a lovely building which it was. However it is also a busy train and underground station and was awash with people everyone. Also once in the station it is hard...More
Wish all train stations were this attractive, efficient and easy. It's easy to buy tickets, get information, find your track, use the toilets (which are new and great and definitely worth 30 P, do some shopping, snacking or drinking.
We are fans of the tube...More
When you arrive with the Eurostar at the St. Pancras International Train Station, you just follow the Underground signs. You don't need to go outside as both stations are linked. When you know which line to take (better to check before), you simply follow the...More
This is how a railway station should be, with great architecture and engineering that lifts the spirits.
Located in the heart of what is becoming a new district for London, the station combines both the historic 19th century building with a modern addition which provides...More
It is hard to recognise this station with large new concourse on the side and lots of light to the awful 1970s site which felt unsafe outside it . Also has Harry Potter link so attracts tourists in its own right . Not the whole...More
I have used this station for over 40 years!
I only just worked out the quickest way out from the Victoria & Piccadilly lines; follow the signs for Euston Road/British Libray. It will save you at least 8 minutes. Otherwise you have to walk along...More
A must visit if you are a Harry Porter fans. This is where the Platform 9 3/4 is. There is an offical photographer taking the pictures for you, you can also request to take your own if you dont' want to buy it from them....More
This is a nice station for both regular train and underground. Lots of shops and eateries, although 1st class lounge leaves a lot to be desired. Food there is awful so you're better off grabbing one of the pasties or a hot pie in the...More
We stopped off here mid-morning before travelling to York and we also sat out the evening rush hour on the way back. In the morning, it was pleasant enough with free coffee, biscuits, packets of crisps and some fruit. The cappuccino came from a machine...More
There are several places to eat inside the station, along the lines of cafes or quick sandwich pickup vendors. I’m sure there are a number of other choices outside of the station nearby, since it is located in a busy area of... More
There are several places to eat inside the station, along the lines of cafes or quick sandwich pickup vendors. I’m sure there are a number of other choices outside of the station nearby, since it is located in a busy area of London. Good luck with your search!