London St Pancras International is situated in the heart of London, close to the British Library and the British Museum. It links directly with Kings Cross St Pancras underground station, which serves more tube lines than any other station.
East Midland trains run to London St Pancras International from the North of England and Scotland. Other trains serve nearby King’s Cross. Passengers from St Albans, Bedford, Luton and the South of England can use First Capital Connect services. New Southeastern services also link Kent with London St Pancras International Station.
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You can reach the station via the A501 or A5202. There’s an NCP car park behind the station on Pancras Road
Over a dozen different bus routes stop directly outside or very close to the station. The area is well served by night buses too.
You’ll always find taxis waiting outside London St Pancras International or King’s Cross stations.
London St Pancras International station first opened in 1868. William Barlow's train shed, an amazing feat of Victorian engineering, became the world’s largest enclosed space. The £800 million station redevelopment saw the Barlow Shed completely reglazed and the paint work taken back to its intended pale sky blue.
The ridge and furrow glazing contains 14,080 panels, making nearly 10,000m2 of glass. The bottom third of the roof is finished with 300,000 hand crafted Welsh slates.