Euston Station is a major railway and underground station in London. The station is in central London and close to Kings Cross, Regent's Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury.
Euston Underground Station is on the Victoria line and the Northern Line. Railway trains are operated by First Scotrail, London Midland, London Overground and Virgin Trains. Euston Station is near St Pancras International Station for the Eurostar.
Euston Station is near many tourist attractions including The British Library and Regent's Park. There are London hotels near Euston Station. Use the map to explore the area around Euston Station.
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Venue Details & Map
Euston Railway Station, London
Somers TownLondonNW1 2DU
- +44 20 7922 6482
- Tube Station Facilities
- London Overground
- Northern line
- Victoria line
Not one of the best Railway stations ever, there is hardly anywhere to sit and its very crowded most of the time, they only let you know a few minutes before you have to board the train which causes absolute carnage and everyone has to rush for the train at once. There are a few fast chain eateries and a few supermarkets around the station for last minute light bites for the train journey....more
How long does refurbishment go on for? Hmm, as long as a piece of string? Who knows at Euston.
I'd been through here before my recent trip & it wasn't much to look at. Now they've add a few shops it's not much better & the refurb continues.
People dashing about carelessly as if evading a predator. Haphazard retail layout. Where the hell is the signage? Never did get visual of the toilets....more
Euston is London's major station for travelling to other parts of the country. It's a bit old and worn compared to the likes of Kings Cross/St. Pancras mind you. Could definitely do with a bit of a refurb at some point.
Shops-wise you have the usual chains like WH Smith, Boots, Accessorise, Paperchase and a Marks & Spencer. Then you have a food court with Burger King, Costa, Harry Ramsdens,...more
I travel to the midland quite often to see friends and family, so I have to go via London Euston all the time.
It's a very busy station as it's the link from London to the midlands and the north, and as it's also an underground station it has a lot of people going in and out.
It seems to be undergoing some sort of modernisation at the moment, which can only be a good thing I guess.