London St Pancras Train Station
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On the station concourse
Platforms 1-4 and 11-13, along with the domestic departures areasare managed by High Speed 1 (London and Continental Stations).
Platforms 5-10and the international departures areas are managed by Eurostar.
Platforms A and B and the areas on the low level part of St Pancras,are managed by Network Rail.
The station entrances are located at street level and provide level access to the lower concourse. There are three lifts on the main concourse to take passengers to and from the upper level UK train platforms and the Rendezvous.
Accessible taxis can be located on Midland Road and Pancras Road
The car park is behind the station on Pancras Road. The road is one-way, accessed from Euston Road.
Pick up / set down: on Pancras Road. You cannot leave your vehicle unattended.
Pancras Road is one-way and can only be accessed from Euston Road
Midland Road: Currently the taxi pick up is located next to Thameslink station entrance. Soona large covered queuing areawill beavailable halfway along the lower concourse where passengers can wait for marshalled taxis.
Pancras Road: There are two taxi drop off areas in Pancras Road. One is situated halfway along the old Victorian brick built Barlow shed and is convenient for Eurostar passengers. The second is situated close to the main entrance in the new part of the station and is suitable for passengers travelling within the UK.
Buses stop on surrounding roads on Euston Road, Midland Road and Pancras Road. All Transport for London buses are accessible and have step free access.
All Transport for London bus routes are served by low-floor vehicles, with a dedicated wheelchair space and an access ramp. They can also 'kneel' to reduce the step-up from the pavement. More info can be found on Transport for London's website here
More information about Transport for London buses can be found here
The underground station London Kings Cross St Pancras leads directly into London St Pancras International and is better connected than any other London station with six of the major tube lines running through it. - Victoria, Hammersmith and City, Piccadilly, Circle Metropolitan line and Northern. You can plan your journey to or from this station here.
Heathrow Airport: There is a direct journey to Heathrow Airport, using the Piccadilly Line. Journey time is under an hour.
The quickest transfer from St Pancras to Heathrow Airport is to catch the Heathrow Express from London Paddington to Heathrow Airport.
Gatwick Airport: St Pancras offers a direct route from St Pancras to Gatwick Airport from Platform A.
Stansted Airport: The fastest option is to take Victoria Line to Tottenham Hale and change for the Stansted Express train. Journey time, approximately one hour.
Luton Airport:A direct train service operates from St Pancras to Luton Airport Parkway several times an hour.