London Kings Cross Train Station
Travel by Train
King's Cross Station is London's most elegant train station. Built in 1852, it is located in the north of London, close to Euston Railway Station and adjacent to St. Pancras International Railway Station. It is an important transportation hub in London but is also the location of ‘Plngform 9 and 3⁄4’ from the Harry Potter series. There is a set for fans, with trolleys and owl cages, where you can take a group photo, right next to the Harry Potter shop. Also worthy of attention is the stunning roof of the hall, designed by John McAslan and Partners.
The main routes from King's Cross Railway Station head to the northeast of England and Scotland, as well as to the south of England. From here you can access, among others, Cambridge, Nottingham, York, Newcastle, Hull, Leeds, Inverness, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Glasgow, as well as Canterbury, Dover and Penzance in the south of England.