Is St Pancras same as Kings Cross?

Is St Pancras same as Kings Cross?

The line of course serves the two separate overground stations, King’s Cross and St Pancras. King’s Cross serves the East Coast mainline to North East England and Scotland, and St Pancras International is the terminus for Eurostar trains to Europe.

Is there duty free on Eurostar?

Is there such thing as Duty Free on Eurostar? Yes, there are shops at both Waterloo and Gare du Nord once you get past security. There is a fairly limited selection, but in Paris they do have Hediard and L’Occitane at the station as well as a general perfume/cosmetics shop.

Is St Pancras in the congestion zone?

At its northernmost point it covers Euston, St Pancras and in south London it includes Lambeth, Waterloo, Newington, Southwark and Borough. The map below gives an overview of where the Congestion Charge applies.

What zone is St Pancras in?

Zone 1
London Underground Zone 1-6 to London St Pancras International by train

Distance miles ( km)
Departure station London Underground Zone 1-6
Arrival station London St Pancras International

Can I drink my own alcohol on Eurostar?

Although you can bring alcohol with you and we serve alcohol on board, safety is our top priority. So, please drink in moderation. If you behave in an antisocial way which ruins the journey for other passengers or break any laws or by-laws, we might ask you to leave the train at the nearest station.

Where is the entrance to St Pancras station?

The big archway at the foot of the square tower is the entrance to the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. The other archway just visible on the far right near the clock tower is the Eastern Arch from the forecourt onto the station’s upper level. Station overview

How did St Pancras station get its name?

The station’s name comes from the St. Pancras parish, which originates from the fourth-century Christian boy martyr Pancras of Rome. The station was commissioned by the Midland Railway (MR), who had a network of routes in the Midlands, and in south and west Yorkshire and Lancashire but no route of its own to London.

Where is St Pancras?

St Pancras is at the southern end of the London Borough of Camden on a site orientated north–south, deeper than it is wide.

What’s new at St Pancras?

High-speed Eurostar trains to Paris, Brussels & Amsterdam now leave from St Pancras’ magnificently-restored Barlow trainshed and the once derelict Midland Grand Hotel has been reborn as the glorious 5-star St Pancras Renaissance Hotel . No expense has been spared in recreating and restoring this Grade 1 listed building to its former glory.