Welcome to the St Pancreas station page. London's St Pancreas is a major Mainline train station built in 1868. It is next to King's Cross train station. St Pancreas is the London terminus for the Eurostar trains. St Pancras and King's Cross train stations share the same tube station, called King's Cross St Pancras Underground station. King's Cross St Pancras Underground is the busiest interchange on the London Underground.
There are plenty of cheap train tickets from London St Pancras. Trains from London's St Pancras travel to the East Midlands and Yorkshire. This includes UK centres such as: Leicester, Derby, Luton, Bedford, Wellingborough, Kettering,Nottingham, Market Harborough, Loughborough, Chesterfield and Sheffield.
St Pancras is now London's terminal for the Eurostar. Eurostar trains service Paris, Brussells and Disneyland Paris.
St Pancras is on the Thameslink line, which is operated by First Capital Connect. Passengers can travel to Beford, Lutton, St Albans, Wimbledon, East Croydon, Brighton, London Gatwick airport and London Luton airport.