King's Cross Railway Station (King's Cross Railway Station) is a large railway terminal station opened in 1852. It is located in the king's cross area in central London. It is the boundary between Camden and Islington on the side of Camden. It is connected by A501, Euston Road and York Road. King's Cross is the southern end of the main British railway line on the east coast. Its west side is the terminal of Eurostar International trains and St. Pancras Station. The two stations are the King's Cross St. Pancras Station on the London subway as a joint outbound station. West of King's Cross, next to St Pancras, the New Britain Library and Euston, these buildings are just minutes' walk away. King's Cross is a cross between England and Scotland, and connects many major cities such as Cambridge, Peterborough, Kingston on the Herr, Donkst, Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, etc. Aberdeen and Inverness.
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Excellent station Kings Cross certainly is with its beautiful designed roof inside and the layout is a traditional English train station, well organised and maintained, always very busy around the large travel board.
In the annex building where platforms 9 and 10 of King's Cross Station are located, a cast iron "platform 9 4/3" sign is erected. Half of the luggage trolley was also installed under the sign: the half of the trolley near the passage was visible, while the other half seemed to disappear through the wall. The station also arranged for someone to be here, one in charge of taking pictures, and the other in charge of shaking Harry Potter's scarf~ I advise those who come to take pictures must come early. I came in front of the afternoon and waited in line to cry for at least two hours.
One of the oldest railway stations in Europe, the 93/4 platform in the movie Harry Potter is here.
King’s Cross Railway Station, which has been around for more than 260 years, and trains to Cambridge, York and Edinburgh all depart from here. The nine and three quarters of Harry Potter are also here for tourists to take pictures. The staff will also provide the magic academy scarf, and help you raise the scarf to create a fast-traveling effect at the moment you press the shutter. Next to the photo booth is a small shop that sells Harry Potter, including magic wands. Of course, there are not as many varieties as Universal Studios and Harry Potter Studios.
Because the hotel is nearby, I wandered around after lunch. Because it is a train station, there are all kinds of people, so I met someone who resembled Southeast Asia and talked to me. Please stay away, because normal people in the UK are very gentlemen. Avoid this weird behavior. For the sake of safety, try not to talk... and take care of his luggage. My colleague was stolen his passport, but fortunately, he found it in time and snatched it back... The location is Kings cross st station in an area of Piccadilly, London. The train from the airport is very fast and the traffic is very convenient... What is commendable is that the facade of the building is beautiful, as shown in the figure, the transparent ceiling inside makes full use of natural light sources. In addition, the red building next to it is a luxury hotel, and the colors are similar under the blue sky. If you are not a fan of Harry Potter, this train station is really not much fun. However, next to it is the British Library, which is a nice place. Welcome students from all countries to recharge. I am attracted by the atmosphere there...the comfortable environment is more than N times larger than the Shanghai Library...I hope you don't take pictures of me. I am not admiring foreigners, but many things are worth learning.