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St Pancras is located in the London Borough of Camden. It is most popular as the destination for the British Library,
famous for exhibitions, manuscripts and historical scripts dating over 2000 years old.
Recently in 2007 St Pancras railway station was transformed and reopened as St Pancras International.
As the name suggests the railway station now provides international trains that travel via the channel tunnel.
St Pancras International has numerous rail routes including Eurostar
trains to the centre of Europe. Trains to Europe provide an excellent alternative to flights to Paris, Disney Paris and Brussels. Several trains offer connections to many locations across Europe, including Spain, Italy, Germany and Netherlands. Easily transfer between plane and train at Lille International Airport, France. Trains direct from St Pancras to London's main airports Gatwick and Heathrow by National rail and Underground train services.
St Pancras International is located in the heart of Central London with connection by rail from UK to Europe via [INTERNATIONAL TRAINS]
.Many train lines interconnect at St Pancras providing transport from top cities in the UK directly to Europe.
Eurostar, East Midlands trains, Southeastern and First Capital Connect.
Eurostar International train services to top European destinations and cities such as Brussels, Lille, Paris and Disneyland Paris ....
St Pancras International offers easy travel to 99% of London's Airports, including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Luton and London City Airport. The Piccadilly Underground line commutes passengers directly to Heathrow from St Pancras and is ideal for international interconnection between plane and international train. The First Capital train service offers direct trains to Gatwick and Luton Airports from St Pancras International. With the exception of Stansted, via Liverpool Street, St Pancras has direct access by train to all London airports.
St Pancras International station has WiFi connection, the departure lounge also offers facilities for recharging items such as laptops and mobile phone. Some carriages on the Eurostar
also have power sockets for plugging in items such as a mobile phone or games such as Nintendo DS. There is no WiFi access on the train itself.
St Pancras International is the terminating station for high-speed passenger rail lines and trains from Europe,
between UK, France and Belgium. St Pancras is in London in the borough of London City.
St Pancras station is an international transport point connecting London to
Thameside Kent and on to mainland Europe. A journey to London takes just 15
minutes, while St Pancras to Europe will take only an 1 hour and 15 minutes.
The International train services moved to St Pancras International to reduce journey times between London, Paris and Brussels by over 20 minutes. St Pancras International offers a good alternative to short-haul flights to Europe, saving time money and the environment.
Train services to Europe are provided by Eurostar.
St Pancras has now unveiled the massively refurbished station. Inside the station, the champagne bar, the first class lounge is extensively rebuilt to provide a new ticket hall for the subsurface lines and better interchange between these top Eurostar destinations and the different tube lines.
Helen Baxendale (Friends USA) is the latest celebrities to travel on the Eurostar from St Pancras to Copenhagen, as she joined with hundreds of campaigners from Friends Of The Earth.
Hugh Grant and Jemima Khan reportedly disappeared for a romantic time to Paris together on the Eurostar. Celebrity stars that have travelled the Eurostar also include Johnny Depp, Jane Birkin, Paul McCartney, Kate Moss and Thierry Henry.