Trains to London Euston (5 min. walk)
London Euston railway station is the main gateway for people travelling between the English capital city and the West Midlands, North West and North Wales. The station lies in the Borough of Camden, a very short walk south west of King’s Cross Station and a stone’s throw from the British Library. With three trains an hour to both Manchester and Birmingham, services to Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as trains to Watford and other closer stations, this is a busy station with commuters, business travellers and leisure travellers alike.
Trains to London Kings Cross (16 min. walk)
London King’s Cross is the terminus for services on the East Coast main line and is one of London’s biggest transport hubs. The fictional Hogwart’s Express departs from platform 9¾, of course, but all other platforms serve main line stations such as Leeds, Newcastle and Edinburgh as well as other major destinations. King’s Cross is adjacent to London St. Pancras, for Eurostar connections, and it has more connections to the London Underground than any other London main line station. The station has undergone major redevelopment in recent years following a £500 million initiative by Network Rail.
Warren St Underground station - From Charing Cross, 6 stops north on the Northern line then a 2 min. walk
Euston Underground station - From London Bridge, 3 stops north on the Northern line then a 5 min. walk
For connections to the East & West - Euston Square Underground station. Hamersmith & City, Circle & Metropolitan lines. 3 min. walk
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