London Euston Train Station
Euston Station was built in 1837 in north central London. It is situated east of Regent's Park, close to King's Cross Railway Station and St Pancras International Railway Station. It is the transportation hub of north London and home to the first intercity train in London. Trains from this station mainly serve long-distance routes.
Here you can take trains to Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Glasgow and other cities, as well as to Cheshire and Staffordshire. The Caledonian Sleeper Services also depart from here, to Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness Fort William, Glasgow and Carlisle.