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London
St Pancras
International Rail Station
Mainline Rail Station and Underground Stations
Euston Road
London N1C 4QP
TfL Fare Zone 1
 
If you are leaving London on a Eurostar high speed train to Paris and Europe, then the beautifully restored St Pancras International rail station is your point of departure.
 
This Victorian Gothic masterpiece has been transformed into a £5.8 billion up market rail hub connecting Britain to France and Belgium. Passengers can now travel the new high speed 68 mile (109 km) luxury Eurostar link between St Pancras and the Channel Tunnel at speeds up to 186 miles (300 km) per hour.
 
The Betjeman statue
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Sir John Betjeman was responsible for saving the Station and the Chambers from demolition in the 1960s. In tribute to this famous poet, champion of Victorian architecture and railway enthusiast, a delightful larger-than-life statue has been erected on the upper gallery. Sir John is depicted as a passenger, gazing up in admiration at the famous glass roof.
 
Two other iconic features to look out for at the station are the restored Dent clock and a new sculpture ‘The Meeting Place’, commonly known as ‘the Lovers’. This glorious 9 metre high intimate bronze by Paul Day stands on a very interesting plinth. Around the base is a beautiful high-relief frieze in bronze, featuring images from the history of the tube and train.
 
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Elegant Masterpiece
From the beautiful self-cleaning glass roof 100 feet (30.5 metres) above the heads of travellers to the retail shopping precinct, St Pancras offers the passenger and visitor the best in comfort and facilities.
 
The shopping precinct hosts both well known High Street names and boutique independent retailers, with extended trading hours. At departure level, Searcy’s Champagne Bar is simply stunning. There are also restaurants, cafés, brasseries, landscaped outdoor areas and even a farmer’s market.
 
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Fronting this amazing building is the five-star Radisson St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in the faithfully restored Victorian era Midland Grand Hotel building.
 
St Pancras International and Kings Cross St Pancras are both served by the London Underground and National Mainline Rail Networks.
 
Contact & Further Information
Telephone   +44 (0)207 843 7688 (Station Reception:open 07:00 - 23:00 daily)
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Getting There
To find the best way for getting to St Pancras International Station, visit TfL Journey Planner.
 
- By Underground
St Pancras International is set at the heart of Central London with more underground connections than any other London station.
 
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King’s Cross St Pancras Station    Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria Lines
 
- Network National Rail Services
There are four main services from the station – Eurostar, East Midlands Trains, Southeastern and ThamesLink.
 
Eurostar to France:
London to Paris Gare du Nord and London to Marne-la-Vallé for Disneyland Paris.
 
Eurostar to Belgium:
London to Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid.
 
East Midlands Trains, Southeastern and ThamesLink 
 
 
- By Bus
We suggest that you use the TfL 'Journey Planner' on this page.
 
Google Map - St Pancras International Station