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St Pancras Station

Euston Road, London N1C 4QP

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3.5 out of 5
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  • St Pancras Station Pro 2014
    D'Maris Coffman
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    4 Aug 24, 2013

    First class renovation job to grand Victorian station. Decent selection of shops on the arcade level, free wi-fi, free toilets, and well-designed access to overground trains. The Eurostar terminal is a bit less elegantly designed, but it works. Enjoy. It's what London Victoria Station should be but isn't.

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    Laurel W
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    4 Jun 20, 2013

    The station has been renovated for the high speed train to Paris and is now very modern and clean. The connection to the tube requires a walk but is well marked.

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    Joseph Coureur
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    3 May 12, 2013

    St. Pancras is the departure point for Eurostar. There are a lot of great services, but the station isn't climate controlled. If it's cold outside, it's cold inside.

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    Emily Allen
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    4 Jan 16, 2013

    One of the "multi-service" stations around. This is the station where you eventually find the Platform 9 3/4, available for photo shoot lol

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    Lucy Swift Weber Youdovin
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    4 Jan 06, 2013

    Really pretty station. It's in a slightly dodgy neighborhood--or at least it seemed like a dodgy neighborhood, but the station itself is lovely and so is the hotel next door.

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    Chris Prakoso
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    5 Dec 21, 2012

    I must admit, after all this time I've been living in London, I had only been in St. Pancras station, twice :) Once before it was renovated, and another time just a couple weeks ago. I've been to the sister station, Kings Cross many times, but hardly ever needed to go across to the other side.
    But what the media has been saying is true, the new St. Pancras is a marvelous to behold, a fusion of 21st century architecture and the old (but tested by time) Victorian engineering.
    St. Pancras is one of London Railway terminus, it is connecting London with mainly East Midlands and Yorkshire, as well as one of the International terminal for Eurostar to Continental Europe.
    The new restored station has 15 platforms, a shopping centre and a bus station.
    Inside you can immediately see the greatness of Victorian Engineering (circa 1800) by looking up to the roof. The single-span roof (the Barlow roof) was the largest of such structure in the world at the time of it's completion.
    Dotted around the concourse are also some public art. There is one 9-metre high 20-tonne bronze status called The Meeting Place stands beneath the station clock. It depicts a couple locked in an embrace. There is also another bronze statue of the former Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman, to commemorate his successful campaign to save the station from demolition in the 1960s.
    If you are traveling from or to Europe via Eurostar, you will be most likely to end up here, which is quite a good oppotunity to look around.
    I was quite impressed with what they did during the renovation, and that arched roof is very inspiring. You don't see very many big indoor places like that in London.

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    Tarina Peterson
    5 Nov 28, 2012

    Instead of staying in London for my trip, I elected to stay in St Albans with a friend. I took the train into St Pancras Station everyday I was in London and found it to be a fantastic train station. Very modern and easy to use. The trains ran on time and I didn't regret staying so far out at all.

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    CaitB
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    3 Jul 31, 2012

    Beautiful station, very simple to get around, the people were helpful and outstanding cleanliness with the 2012 Olympics

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    Julia P
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    5 Aug 27, 2013

    Beautiful old train station running international Eurostar service.

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    5 Aug 13, 2013
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Description:

The building itself is a Victorian masterpiece and often given credit as one of the city’s most beautiful exteriors. The station, which was named after 14 year old Christian orphan who was martyred in Rome, connects passengers to both local and international destinations. You’ll find the Eurostar trains here, as well as East Midlands Trains (Midland Main Line), First Capital Connect (Thameslink route), High Speed 1, and Kent Coast. In addition, there are restaurants, shopping, and bus terminals.
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