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Station Address
London King's Cross St. Pancras station,
London Underground Ltd.,
Euston Road
,
London
PostcodeN1 9AL

Lines Served

TfL Services

  • Circle
  • Hammersmith City
  • Metropolitan
  • Northern
  • Piccadilly
  • Victoria

National Rail Services

  • East Midlands Railway
  • First Hull Trains
  • Grand Central
  • Great Northern
  • London North Eastern Railway
  • Southeastern
  • Thameslink
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Station facilities

Other Facilitiesnone
Euro Cash MachinesYes
Cash MachinesYes
Lifts10 lifts
Photo BoothsNo
Waiting RoomNo
Help PointsYes
Car parkNo

Local travel options

Ticket Office

Station Facilities

Disability Accessibility

Local NCP car park

London Kings Cross St Pancras

TEMPORARY CLOSED from 10th Jan 2021 during Covid Lockdown. WITHIN CONGESTION ZONE PayByPhone Site Code - 800553

Number of parking places: 
35
Disabled parking places: 
0
Car park type: 
Underground
Toilets: 
No
Electrical Charging Points: 
No
Opening hours: 
Mo-Su 07:00-19:00;
Inside the congestion zone: 
No

Latest news about London King's Cross St. Pancras station

King’s Cross station plaque commemorates Britain’s first black train driver
King’s Cross station plaque commemorates Britain’s first black train driver

A blue plaque has been unveiled at King’s Cross station in celebration of Wilston Samuel (Bill) Jackson, the UK’s first black train driver, who drove his first passenger train in 1962.

No trains at King’s Cross over the first weekend of June
No trains at King’s Cross over the first weekend of June

Be warned, that King’s Cross station will close next Friday afternoon and for the rest of the weekend as part of the ongoing railway upgrade works.

Disused rail tunnel reopens at Kings Cross station
Disused rail tunnel reopens at Kings Cross station

A tunnel at King’s Cross station that was closed in the 1970s has been reopened, with the first trains passing through just before 5am this morning.

A new entrance for King’s Cross tube station
A new entrance for King’s Cross tube station

An isolated box entrance to King’s Cross tube station is to be demolished and replaced with a new step-free entrance as part of a building development.

King’s Cross station to cut rush hour services for three months
King’s Cross station to cut rush hour services for three months

Network Rail’s project to increase the number of tracks at King’s Cross station is going to cause a lot of disruption over the year ahead and they’ve outlined the dates to avoid the station.

No trains at Kings Cross during the first weekend of Sept
No trains at Kings Cross during the first weekend of Sept

A heads up to people planning a trip, as King’s Cross station will be closed on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th September 2020.

No trains from Kings Cross next weekend
No trains from Kings Cross next weekend

Network Rail is warning that there will not be any trains in or out of London King’s Cross, and no Thameslink services via Finsbury Park, on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st June.

How many Harry Potter fans were injured trying to get to platform 9¾?
How many Harry Potter fans were injured trying to get to platform 9¾?

As fans of a certain novel and film will know, at King’s Cross there’s a secret platform, 9¾ which takes you to the Hogwarts Express.

Major disruption for King’s Cross station during Jan and Feb
Major disruption for King’s Cross station during Jan and Feb

As part of the East Coast Mainline upgrade, King’s Cross station will close completely for two weekends in the early part of 2020, and be disrupted at weekends through most of Jan and Feb.

Avoid King’s Cross station over the August Bank Holiday
Avoid King’s Cross station over the August Bank Holiday

This coming August bank holiday is not a time to be using King’s Cross station, as a lot of the lines will be closed.

Look out for steam trains on King’s Cross passenger concourse
Look out for steam trains on King’s Cross passenger concourse

Steam trains are usually found on the rail tracks, but for one week, two locomotives will be sitting in the middle of the passenger concourse at King’s Cross.

See miniature trains carved out of pencils – for one day only
See miniature trains carved out of pencils – for one day only

For one day next week, there will be a small display of astonishingly small model trains at King’s Cross station. They’re carved out of pencils.

Flying Scotsman to come to London
Flying Scotsman to come to London

Early morning commuters are in for a steamy surprise in a few weeks, as the Flying Scotsman makes its inaugural passenger journey from King’s Cross station.

Layout maps of Kings Cross tube station
Layout maps of Kings Cross tube station

Ever get lost at King’s Cross tube station and wonder where all those tunnels and corridors really lead to?

New tunnel opens at King’s Cross station
New tunnel opens at King’s Cross station

The complex of tunnels and entrances at King’s Cross tube station gained another addition recently, a stunning tunnel with a permanently changing lighting effect.

Henry Moore sculpture appears outside King’s Cross station
Henry Moore sculpture appears outside King’s Cross station

The large flat regular space of the new plaza outside King’s Cross station has started to regain a little bit of the clutter that has defined it for the past hundred years.

Photos from the new King’s Cross Square
Photos from the new King’s Cross Square

Barely meeting its Thursday deadline, the long anticipated King’s Cross station got the wide plaza space in front of the original Victorian station building.

Photos from the roof above King’s Cross Station
Photos from the roof above King’s Cross Station

In just under two weeks time, commuters arriving at King’s Cross station will be the first to leave the front of the building and walk not onto a building site, but a large open plaza.

Demolition of King’s Cross’s “Ugly Green Shed” Imminent
Demolition of King’s Cross’s “Ugly Green Shed” Imminent

In just a few weeks, the famously ugly green shed that has been despoiling the frontage of King’s Cross station since the 1970s will start to be swept away in the final stage of the upgrades to the area.

The A1 Tornado Steam Train Arrives in London

Just a heads up that the A1 Tornado, the first steam train to be built in the UK for nearly 50 years will be making its first commercial passenger trip tomorrow (Sat 7th Feb), and will be expected at Kings

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