St Pancras station opened in 1868
Coal was the most important commodity moved through the station
Moved by the Midland Railway through St Pancras station, Midland Railway was London's largest supplier of coal and by 1900, was supplying in excess of 2,400,000 tons a year.
Elton John has left his mark at St. Pancras
The Yamaha piano that you can find located in the arcade at St Pancras station, available for members of the public to play and enjoy, was donated by Sir Elton John in the Spring of 2016.
The piano was signed by the man himself saying 'Enjoy this piano, it's a gift. Love, Elton John'.
St Pancras is unimaginably popular
St Pancras station has an annual footfall of 35 million people.
St Pancras is Eurostar's second London home
Since 14th November 2007, St Pancras station has become the London terminal for Eurostar trains to Paris and Brussels, taking over from Waterloo which has been Eurostar's London terminal since it started in 1994.
There's plenty of shops to visit whilst you await to board your train
With over 50 shops and restaurants to visit whilst you await to board your train, there is plenty to do, eat and drink. And now, you can visit US whilst you wait. We can't wait to see you there 💖