LONDON KING'S CROSS TRAIN STATION
The London King's Cross Train Station was built as a monument dedicated to King George IV. It has been featured in the Harry Potter movies as the home of the mythical Platform 9 3/4. The station is located in northeast central London and is a short walk from St. Pancras Station, the new British Library and London Euston Train Station.
Address:London King's Cross, London N1 9AP
To the Gatwick airport:
Underground: Victoria line to London Victoria Station
To the Heathrow airport:
Underground: Circle line to London Paddington Station
To other railway stations from the London King's Cross Train Station:
Bus: Interchanges available on York Way (outside the station), Euston Road and Pancras Road
#30 Hackney Wick
#73 Stoke Newington
#205 Bow Church
#214 Moorgate, Finsbury Square
N73 Walthamstow Central
N205 Leyton, Downsell Road
Routes at King`s Cross Station at York Way:
#17 London Bridge
#45 Clapham Park
#91 Trafalgar Square
London North Eastern Railway
Location: main concourse
International Code: 011
Country Code: 44
City Code: (0) 20
6:45am to 8:30pm
Location: concourse area near platforms 9, 10 and 11
Location: platform 2
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: Western Ticket Hall, near Great Northern Hotel
Excess Baggage Company
Hours: 7:00am - 11:00pm
Location: platform 9
Lost and Found:
Hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Location: platforms 16-18
Location: Entrance to platforms 9-11 and mezzanine behind escalators and lift.
Toilets are open when the station is open, 30p fee.
Currency Express Office, next to the Station Reception and Harry Potter shop at Platform 9¾.
Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily
Places to eat in or near the station:
Leon near Platform 8.
Starbucks and M&S Simply Food across from ticket office and Leon.
Pret a Manger across from ticket office.
Patisserie Valerie, Giraffe Stop, Prezzo, Benitos Hat, Wasabi, and The Parcel Yard Pub in mezzanine.