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Nestled right in the heart of glorious London, the Euston railway station boasts the status of the 6th busiest train station in Britain as well as the oldest intercity station in the United Kingdom's capital. It opened its doors over 150 years ago in 1837 and lived through several reconstructions over the years. Now, the Euston railway station is a modern well-equipped complex with 16 platforms, welcoming over 70 million travelers annually and serving trains to Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, and Edinburgh, as well as many other popular travel destinations in Britain.

Have a Look Inside the Euston Rail Station

Explore the station complex, admire its interiors, and find out where to look for its main facilities by watching the short video below.

F.A.Q.

 

All You Need to Know About the Euston Railway Station

 

How do I get to the Euston station?

A great location in the city center makes the Euston station easily accessible by public transport. You can reach in by bus (numbers 168, 253, N5, N20, and N 253) as well as by subway (the station is served by the Northern and Victoria metro lines).

What train line is Euston station on?

The railway station prides itself on being a central London rail terminus and serves the West Coast Main Line. Trains running through this rail corridor are operated by First Scotrail, London Midland, London Overground.

Is Euston and Euston Square the same station?

No, despite partly sharing the name, the Euston and the Euston Square are two different stations. While Euston Square refers to the metro station, Euston might refer to either Euston subway station or an eponymous train station, directly connected to the underground line. It takes about 4 minutes to travel from Euston Square to Euston metro station by an underground train.

Can you buy tickets at Euston station?

Of course, it's possible to purchase train tickets at the station, but there are several reasons to choose in favor of booking online, such as an absence of language barrier, no need to waste the precious time of your life waiting in line, as well as the only way to be sure that you won't have to deal with the problem of already sold-out tickets.

 

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