London St Pancras
London St Pancras
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About London St Pancras
London St Pancras International station is the central London terminus for the Eurostar rail service. It also serves as a terminal for rail routes to the north of England. Originally opened in 1858, an £800m renovation of the Grade I-listed station building was completed in 2007.
The original design was by William Henry Barlow and featured the then largest single-span roof in the world. Commissioned by the Midland Railway, St Pancras station was fronted by the Midland Grand Hotel, albeit under a different name.
Today, nearly 30 million passengers pass through St Pancras International every year. Passengers can reach Paris in as little as two and a quarter hours, while Brussels is less than two hours away. For passengers travelling in the UK, principle destinations include Nottingham and Sheffield, both of which can be reached in two hours or less on fast trains.Often referred to -- incorrectly -- as St Pancreas, St Pancras is situated directly next door to London Kings Cross, which is the terminal station for the East Coast mainline to Scotland. St Pancras station lies in the London Borough of Camden. The station fronts onto the A501, and is about half a mile from the southern end of the A1.
The area around St Pancras International in central London is densely populated by both businesses and residents. A standard range of rental vans is normally available from the suppliers listed on this page: