Trains to London Euston Station

Situated in Camden, London Euston is the fifth busiest station in the UK and the most used for intercity travel. From London Euston Station you can reach the West Midlands, the North West of England, the North of Wales, and Scotland. Most intercity trains from the station are operated by Avanti West Coast, though Caledonian Sleeper also runs overnight trains to Scotland. Regional and commuter services are run by London North Western Railway and London Overground. Kings Cross station is only half a mile away, so it is easy to walk between the two, or alternatively, on the Northern or Victoria line, it will take just three minutes.

Station Area Map

London Euston is situated in Central London, in the Borough of Camden. The West Coast Main Line operated by Avanti West Coast ends here with inter-city trains running to Glasgow Central, Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly, and Liverpool Lime Street. Caledonian Sleeper operates overnight trains to the cities of Aberdeen, Glasgow, Inverness, and Edinburgh. Regional and commuter services also run from London Euston with most operated by London North Western Railway.

London Euston Station, planned by George and Robert Stevenson was opened in 1837. The station was controversially rebuilt in the 1960s to accommodate services on the West Coast Main Line. The new High speed 2 line will run from London Euston and the station is being redeveloped as such.

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Station Details and Facilities

Address:

London Euston Station, Euston Road, London NW1 2RT

General Information

Station Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday 04:30 – 01:34

Saturday 04:30 – 02:00

Sunday 05:15 – 01:34

General station enquiries: 03457 11 41 41

Ticket Buying and Collection

You can book tickets with Split My Fare. You will have the option to receive e-Tickets to your e-mail address or collect them from a ticket machine, or in the ticket office at London Euston Station.

Passenger services

There is an Information Point in the centre of the main concourse where you can ask for help.

The mobility assistance reception is open from 07:00 – 23:00 Monday to Saturday and 08:00 – 23:00 Sunday.

Disability assistance can be provided to and from the drop-off area, the platforms, the taxi rank and the car park. It is recommended to book assistance with the operator at least 24 hours before travel.

Station Facilities

  • 8 ATMs
  • Free WiFi
  • Showers: Only available for Caledonian Sleeper guests in the First Class lounge. These are free to use for First Class Passengers and £5 for Standard Class Passengers.
  • Toilets: At the top of the ramp from Platforms 1 to 3.
  • Trolleys: Available around the station and at the taxi rank. A £1 refundable deposit is needed.
  • Shops: Shoe Repair, Pharmacy, Off Licence, and other shops.
  • Food: Coffee Shop, Cafe, Coffee Kiosk, Pub, and Restaurants.
  • Photobooths: Situated next to the Lost Property Office and next to the Melton Street Exit.
  • Luggage Storage: The Excess Baggage Co is located close to the entrance to Platform 16. It is open from Monday to Sunday 07:00 – 23:00.
  • Lost Property: Items left at the station are kept in the Lost Property Office which is open from Monday to Friday 09:00 – 17:00. Items left on the train are kept by the operator.

Accessibility

Disability assistance can be provided to and from the drop-off area, the platforms, the taxi rank and the car park. It is recommended to book assistance with the operator at least 24 hours before travel.

The mobility assistance reception is open from 07:00 – 23:00 Monday to Saturday and 08:00 – 23:00 Sunday.

There is a ramp available to access trains.

There is step free access to all platforms via ramps. Lifts are also available to reach the concourse, taxi rank, car park, and London Euston Underground Station.

Ticket office

The ticket office at London Euston Station is just through the main entrance on the left.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 06:00 – 22:30

Saturday 06:00 – 22:00

Sunday 07:00 – 22:30

You can buy Advance Tickets from the ticket office between the following times:

Monday to Friday – 06:30 to 21:00

Saturday – 08:30 to 21:00

Sunday – 07:30 to 21:00

Toilets

There are toilets located by the entrance to Platforms 1-3.

WiFi

There is free public WiFi available in the station.

Staffing and Customer Service

You can always approach a member of staff for information.

There is an information point, open between the following times:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 04:30 – 01:30

Friday and Saturday 04:30 – 02:00

Sunday 05:15 – 01:30

The ticket office and mobility assistance reception are also able to answer customer queries.

Monday – Sunday 07:00 – 23:00

Parking

There is no parking available at London Euston Station due to the development of HS2. There is parking available at Kings Cross St. Pancras Station nearby.

Bicycle Facilities

Bicycle racks are available at the following locations:

At the front of the station - Behind Nando’s and Cafe Rouge

On the piazza - Outside M&S Simply Food

Outside exit 3 for Melton Street / Cardington Street

First Class Lounge

The First Class Lounge at London Euston Station is located on the First Floor and accessed via a balcony.

In the First Class Lounge, you will find a comfy seat and can get complimentary soft drinks, snacks, and newspapers. There is a bar to purchase alcoholic drinks from.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 06:45 – 23:00

Saturday 06:45 – 20:00

Sunday 10:00 – 23:00

There is a lift available to access the lounge.

Virgin Business and First Class tickets, as well as Caledonian Sleeper First Class tickets are accepted to gain entry to the lounge.

You can use the First Class Lounge from up to two hours before an outward journey and for up to an hour after an inward journey.

Replacement Bus Services

If you need to get a replacement bus, you will be to access this through a gate adjacent to the main road from Platform 2.

Wheelchairs Available

There are wheelchairs available at London Euston Station.

London Euston Tube Map

london euston tube map

Frequently Asked Questions

Is London Euston Station open?

London Euston Station is open Monday to Friday 05:15 – 24:00, Saturday 05:45 – 23:00, and Sunday 07:00 – 24:00.

Are trains running today from London Euston Station?

Trains run every day from London Euston Station. You can check live departures on the National Rail Enquiries website.

Are there toilets in London Euston station?

There are toilets in London Euston Station on Platforms 1-3.

Are dogs allowed in London Euston station?

Dogs are allowed in London Euston Station. They can travel on trains for free, as long as they don't annoy or endanger other passengers. They must be kept on a lead or in a cage and must stay on the floor.

What Tube line is Euston station on?

London Euston Station is on the Victoria Line and Northern Line. It is situated in Zone 1.

What area does Euston Station serve?

London Euston Station is situated just behind Euston Square and Euston Road on the London Inner Ring Road in the London Borough of Camden.

Where do trains go from Euston?

London Euston Station trains go to the West Midlands, the North West of England, the North of Wales, and Scotland. There are also local regional and commuter services.

Why was Euston station demolished?

The original Euston Station was demolished due to congestion and growing passenger numbers in the 1960s. A new, modern station was built in its place.

How far is it from Euston Station to Euston underground?

Euston Underground Station is underneath Euston Station with the exit coming out on to the main station concourse.

How do I get from London Euston to central London?

The easiest way to get from London Euston Station to Central London is to take the Northern Line to Charing Cross Station. This journey passes through 5 stops and normally takes 8 minutes.

Is Euston Square the same as London Euston?

Euston Square is a separate tube station near London Euston Station. The two stations are about 1312 feet apart with the journey taking 1 minute on the tube.

Can you get the Piccadilly line from Euston?

London Euston is on the Northern Line and Victoria Line, not the Piccadilly line.

Are there lifts at Euston tube station?

There are lifts at London Euston Station by the ticket office going to the Underground Station and Taxi Rank.

Is the Euston Underground step free?

There is step free access to the Euston Underground via a lift from the concourse of London Euston Station.

How do I get from Euston to the bank?

You can get from London Euston Station to Bank Station in 10 minutes on the Northern Line.There are six stops in between the two stations.

How do I get from London Euston to London Waterloo by tube?

You can get from London Euston Station to London Waterloo Station in 11 minutes on the Northern Line. There are seven stops in between the two stations.

How do I get from London Euston to London Bridge?

You can get from London Euston Station to London Bridge Station in 11 minutes on the Northern Line. There are six stops in between the two stations.

How much is a taxi from London Euston to London Bridge?

A taxi from London Euston to London Bridge costs from £9 - £11. The journey will take over 20 minutes, so it is usually quicker to take the tube.

How do I get from London Euston to Charing Cross?

You can get from London Euston to Charing Cross in 8 minutes on the Northern Line. There are five stops in between the two stations.

How much is a taxi from Charing Cross to Euston?

The taxi from Charing Cross to London Euston costs £7-8 and takes around 17 mins.

How do I get from Euston to Victoria?

You can get from Euston to Victoria in 8 minutess on the Victoria Line to Brixton. There are four stops between the two stations.

What time is the last train from Euston?

Euston is open with trains running Monday to Saturday: 04:30 – 01:34, Saturday: 04:30 – 02:00, and Sunday: 05:15 – 01:34.

What bus goes to Euston station?

Euston Bus Station has five stands and serves the Euston area of Camden.

How far is Hammersmith from Euston?

Hammersmith is about 5 miles from Euston. The easiest way to get between the two is to walk from Euston to Euston Square and take the Hammersmith & City Line to Hammersmith. The journey takes around 22 minutes with 12 stops on route.

Where is Euston Arch now?

The Euston Arch was saved when the original station was demolished in the early 1960s. It is now in the National Railway Museum in York.

How do I get from London Euston to Heathrow?

The easiest way to get from London Euston to Heathrow is to take the Victoria Line from Euston to Oxford Circus and then the Bakerloo Line from Oxford Circus to Paddington. You can then take Heathrow Express from Paddington to Heathrow. The full journey normally takes around 40 minutes.

Is there a ticket office at Euston station?

The ticket office at London Euston Station is just through the main entrance on the left. Its opening hours are Monday - Friday 06:00 - 22:30, Saturday 06:00 - 22:00, and Sunday 07:00 - 22:30.

Where can you go from Euston?

From Euston you can reach the West Midlands, the North West of England, the North of Wales, and Scotland. There are also regional and commuter services run by London North Western Railway and London Overground.

How do I get from Euston to Stratford by tube?

You can get from Euston to Stratford in around 30 minutes on the tube. Take the Victoria Line from Euston to Oxford Circus, then the Central Line to Stratford.

How do I get from London Euston to Paddington?

The easiest way to get from London Euston to Paddington is to take the Victoria Line from Euston to Oxford Circus and then the Bakerloo Line from Oxford Circus to Paddington. This normally takes around 17 minutes.