Euston Station is London's sixth busiest train station. It was opened in 1837 to ease passenger movement between London and Ireland. It is one of the key stations in Central London and is located within a 10 minute walk from Kings Cross station and St. Pancras International station. It comes under the ownership of Network Rail and serves some of the United Kingdoms major destinations including Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow and Birmingham.
Designed by William Cubbit, it has undergone renovations and is currently one of the biggest stations in London. Platforms are well maintained and have staff for help and assistance. Convenient clean and warm waiting rooms. The station is also well equipped with all basic facilities such as restrooms, payphones and cash machines. Refreshment kiosks provide drinks and snacks for long train journeys. Euston station is close to notable shopping areas, some of which include Marchmont Street and Tottenham Court Road. Ample accommodation choices also exist near the station that are of great quality meeting all budget requirements. If you are a newbie in London, take a taxi to Euston from wherever you are and enjoy the shopping areas around the station.
Euston station is directly connected to the tube station. At a walking distance from the station are buses which branch out in every direction of the city. The concourse from the station offers an easy access to the taxi rank. London Euston taxis can be hired to all places in London.