London – A Visit To St Pancras Railway Station

St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras, is a magnificent railway station, enormously spacious and filled with that adventurous atmosphere of travel and excitement. The station is celebrated for its Victorian architecture. The architecture as you approach the station is quite something to behold.




















A security-sealed terminal area was constructed for Eurostar services to Continental Europe via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel, with platforms for domestic trains to the north and south-east of England. The restored station has 15 platforms, a shopping centre and a bus station, and is served by London Underground’s King’s Cross St Pancras tube station.















Just being there, watching the people and taking in the sights, was a marvellous experience. The roof is simply spectacular.


About Don

I love life. Sometimes it makes sense, other times not. Discerning its underlying patterns and beauty always provides great reward and meaning and is a passion I ineptly follow. I feel deeply attached to nature and love the sea with its distinct moods and colour and find walking along its beaches wonderfully inspiring. Writing, sketching and photography is a sheer joy for me and the blog is one of the places I am able to express these pursuits.
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27 Responses to London – A Visit To St Pancras Railway Station

  1. Kurt says:

    Great captures!


  2. Hi Don, Beautiful, thank you for sharing with us. Ellen


  3. Incredible…I could sit and look at the building facade for ages. Beautiful pics, Don.


  4. Don says:

    Thanks LLBG. Glad you liked them.


  5. nrhatch says:

    Magnificent shots, Don. I’m off to invite Martin (a tried and true trainspotter) to swing by. When you have the chance, you might enjoy comparing THIS station with his post on King’s Cross:


  6. Katy says:

    Wow, There is so many details in the photos that one could look for an hour and still not see everything. The facade is magnificent isn,t it?


  7. Don says:

    It is Katy and the history of the station is also quite something.


  8. darrelhoff says:

    following your trip makes me “travel sick” I miss it 🙂


  9. Terry Ann says:

    Beautiful pics again – so apt to – today is the start of MO vember – in support of pancreatic cancer!! st pancras is close enough for me to see the link – intentional Don?
    Enjoy your holiday, T


  10. ladyfi says:

    Yes – very spectacular! Impressive shots.


  11. I love that this beautiful, old structure can be so useful in these modern times.


  12. Heather says:

    Lovely to see this as I was there in May – didn’t have a chance to take in all the beautiful detail, so thanks. Decided to take time to watch the clip on the Mail Train and found it so fascinating!! How things have changed !


  13. 2e0mca says:

    Nice shots of Barlow’s magnificent trainshed 🙂 It’s taken a many years but the Midland Railway directors originally hoped that they would one day connect to Europe!


  14. I love St Pancras too and your photos are brilliant! 🙂


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