St Pancras Railway station is one of the beautiful and the greatest Victorian Buildings in London. It is the main terminus of East-Midlands Trains as well as International train operator Eurostar. East-Midland Trains provide services from London to Derby, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield and large number of other small towns in between. St Pancras Internarional station is popular as Eurostar operates international services from London to Paris Train, Brussels, Lille and more than 100 other European Destinations. Eurostar City Breaks are the best way to explore European destinations. You can Book Cheap eurostar tickets to any European Destinations online through Eurostar London to Paris Trains.
Useful facts About St Pancras International Train station
Network rail and Eurostar manage St Pancras railway station.
It was desingned by William Barlow in 1863 with construction commencing in 1866.
Midland Railways was the first to start operation from London’s St Pancras International station in 1868, which connect connected London with the East Midlands and Yorkshire.
There are 15 platforms available at St Pancras station and platform 1-4 and 11-13 are for domestic trains and platform 5-10 offers international services (Eurostar).
St Pancras International station was relaunched on 6 November 2007 by HM the queen.
A Eurostar service was transferred from Waterloo station to St Pancras station on 14 November 2007.
Low-level Thames link platform linked was opened on 9 December 2007.
Southeastern high-speed Domestic services commenced on 19 December 2007.
Facilities at St Pancras Station
Customer satisfaction is the soul aim of every train operators at St Pancras station. There are 24hrs customer services at St Pancras station. Eurostar travel helpline Number 08705 186186 works from 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm Saturday and 9am to 5pm on Sundays and bank holidays. Contact this number and find the solution of any queries in your mind regarding Eurostar train.
Proper facilities are provides to the disable person. Moreover, there are three lifts on the main concourse to take passengers to and from the upper level UK train platforms. You will find three more lifts in the Eurostar departures lounge and one additional lift to take international passengers from the Eurostar platforms down to the international arrivals hall.
Proper baby changing facilities as well as toilet facilities are provided at the St Pancras station. Toilets are located towards the Southern end of the Arcade adjacent to the Eurostar Ticket Office. Toilets are also available in the international departures lounge. You don’t have to pay for these facilities.
ATM machines are available within the station.
Lost lugguage property is managed by Excess Baggage and it is situated in the Circle area next to the UK Rail Ticket Office.
Car-parking facilities are managed by NCP and there are 300 car spaces at St Pancras station.
If you are feeling hungry and thirsty, there are bountiful cafes, shops, restaurants, clubs and bars at St Pancras station.
WiFi access is available at St Pancras station.
If you need trolley, then Trolley corral located inside St Pancras International Station near to the London Underground entrance.
If you want to park your cycles, then cylcle racks are located in the rear of the ground and first level of the St Pacnras car park.