Trains to London St Pancras International Station
London St Pancras International Station is in the Borough of Camden in Central London. Many famous landmarks are on its doorstep, including The British Library, The British Museum, and Camden Market.
London St Pancras International Station is the 12th busiest station in the UK and the 9th busiest station in London, with 319 million passengers passing through London St Pancras International Station in 2021/22.
From London St Pancras International Station, you can travel across the UK with regular intercity services operated by East Midland Railway, Thameslink, and Southeastern, and Eurostar running trains to European destinations, including Paris Gare du Nord, Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid, and Amsterdam Centraal. London Euston station is only half a mile away, so it is easy to walk between the two or on the Northern or Victoria line; it takes just three minutes from King's Cross St Pancras Underground Station.
Station Area Map
London St Pancras International is situated on Euston Road in Camden in the North West of Central London. London St Pancras International Station is one of three main line railway stations in Camden with London Euston and London Kings Cross within walking distance. Both London St Pancras International Station and London Kings Cross Station are connected by King's Cross St Pancras Tube Station. Madame Tussaud's, The Regent's Park, and London Zoo are all within walking distance of London St Pancras International; plenty of shops and restaurants nearby.
London St Pancras International Station has 15 platforms, a shopping centre, and a coach facility. East Midlands Railway operates Midland Main Line Trains from London St Pancras International Station to various UK cities including Sheffield, Leicester, and Derby. Thameslink runs trains across Greater London to Gatwick Airport, Cambridge, and Luton Airport Parkway. Eurostar departures run from London St Pancras International Station across Europe with a Eurostar Departure Lounge separated from the domestic platforms. Numerous London bus routes stop outside London St Pancras Internail Station.
Hotels Near London St Pancras International Station
St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Generator London Hotel
Station Details and Facilities
Euston Rd, London N1C 4QP
Station Opening Hours
Open 24 hours.
Ticket Buying and Collection
You can book cheap train tickets to London with Split My Fare. You will have the option to receive e-Tickets via email or collect your tickets from the self-service ticket machines at London St Pancras International Station. Any queries can be answered at the ticket office.
Ticket Office Opening Hours
Ticket office, by The Circle.
- Monday to Saturday 5:30 – 22:00*
- Sunday 8:15 – 22:00*
* Advance tickets are only on sale until 21:00.
The Eurostar office is opposite Eurostar arrivals.
- Monday to Friday 4:30 – 20:00
- Saturday 5:30 – 20:00
- Sunday 6:30 – 20:30
Reserved tickets can be collected from machines in the ticket office and departures area.
Accessible Ticket Machines
Accessible ticket machines are available.
Height-adjusted ticket counter
A height adjustable ticket counter is only available at East Midlands ticket office.
All ticket offices have an induction loop.
In The Circle and in The Arcade behind the escalators.
A seated area is not available at St Pancras International Station.
There are no waiting rooms, but all platforms are partially or fully covered with a canopy.
Food, Drink, and Shopping
There is an impressive range of food and drink outlets at St Pancras station, from coffee shops, takeaways and snack bars to sushi, cakes and cookies.
There is also plenty of other shopping available including groceries, music, clothes, gifts, stationery, and much more.
Baby changing facilities are available at St Pancras International Station.
There are phones by the reception (off The Circle) and in the Pancras Rd entrance to the Underground.
In The Circle, by the cash dispensers for photos for passports etc.
Staff are available at this station at all times to provide assistance getting on and off the train and assistance around the station and to the platform. Assistance can be provided unbooked or pre-booked up to two hours before departure.
Ramp For Train Access
A ramp for train access is available.
If you wish to book assistance but are not sure which train operator you are travelling with, you can call 0800 022 3720. On calling, you will be referred to the appropriate train operator.
Step Free Access
All entrances are step-free, and lifts connect the two levels.
There is step-free access to King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station.
Staff have access to wheelchairs for use around the station or transfer to King’s Cross.
There is free wireless internet access across most of the station.
315 spaces. Open 24 hours.
There are 12 Blue Badge spaces.
The are racks for 100 cycles at the rear of the ground and first levels of the car park.
Toilets and Baby Care
Free, open 24 hours. All have accessible toilets.
- Opposite Eurostar arrivals
- The Circle
- International departures lounge
- Platforms A and B (beyond ticket barrier)
Items handed in at the station are kept in the left luggage office.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to get to London St Pancras?
Intercity trains to London St Pancras run from across the UK including the cities of Brighton, Leicester, and Sheffield. You can get to London St Pancras from almost anywhere in London on the underground. King's Cross St Pancras Underground Station is on the Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria lines.
Is Kings Cross and St Pancras the same?
Kings Cross and St Pancras are different mainline railway stations that are connected by the King's Cross St Pancras Tube Station.
What is the difference between King's Cross St Pancras and St Pancras International?
King's Cross St Pancras Underground Station runs tube services across London, while St Pancras International operates mainline services across the UK and to Europe.
What Tube line is St Pancras station on?
St Pancras station is connected to King's Cross St Pancras Underground Station on the Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria lines.