St Pancras International

Meet at special assistance meeting point (next to Starbucks) Euston Roadd, N1C 4QP, London, England

A unique Grade I listed Victorian railway station completed in 1868, with the original station hotel following in 1873. After a �800 million transformation, St Pancras International, home of HS1, has redefined railway stations for the 21st Century and is a destination in its own right. The tour will include an architectural history of the iconic station.

Saturday | 10am-to-4pm
Sunday | 10am-to-4pm
Tours on the hour, pre-book ONLY through www.kingscrossandstpancras.com/walking-tours
Last tour 4pm.
Entry: grand terrace, arcade, circle.
Tube/Rail: King's Cross St Pancras;
10,30,59,205,390
AJ Library Building | Infrastructure and Engineering
Transport
Barlow/Gilbert Scott/Foster Partners/Lansley
1868/2007.
Historical/Contemporary
Link to Fact Sheet