King’s Cross is an area in the Central part of London to the north of Charings Cross. It can be reached by train, the London tube, buses and London taxis.
King’s Cross railway station is the main London railway terminus maintained by Network Rail that serves as the Southern main line for the High-speed East coast main line (ECML). King’s Cross can be reached by the London Tube station in the borough of Camden. King’s Cross station is known to have featured in movies Harry Potter and Lady Killer. Rumors also exist about Boudica, Queen of British Iceni tribe, being buried underneath platforms 9 or 10 in King’s Cross station.
The British Library, Camley Street Natural Park, London Canal Museum and St Pancras Old church are a few of the tourist attractions in King’s Cross. The British library which is also known as the world’s largest library is located in St Pancras.
Camley Street natural Park on the banks of Regent’s Canal is a natural reserve in King’s cross which is aided by the London wildlife Trust. The London canal museum in King’s Cross is all about the canals in London that conducts many events and monthly activities.
Long stay parking for cars/motorcycles is available with payment choice from mobile phone using Ring Go. Refreshment centres, left luggage and lost luggage facilities are also available at this station while the taxi rank is on St Pancras road. The bus stops are on Euston road and on York Way. There are no public telephones in this station. Though connected by trains and buses, a comfortable journey to King’s Cross is possible when passengers opt for taxis and minicabs.