St Pancras International isn’t a mere airport terminal for trains, it’s a spectacularly-restored piece of history that will take your breath away. It’s been designed as a destination in its own right, with shops of all kinds, restaurants & cafes.
Dating from 1868, London’s magnificent St Pancras station was beautifully restored and reopened on 14 November 2007 to become the London terminal for Eurostar trains to Paris and Brussels, taking over from Waterloo which had been Eurostar’s London terminal since it started in 1994.
St Pancras still serves its original purpose as terminus for the Midland main line trains to Leicester, Derby, Nottingham & Sheffield, and it now also hosts domestic high-speed trains to and from Kent
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