The biggest railway station in London! London has more than a dozen railway stations, big and small, but only the largest and most magnificent building of the St. Pancras Railway Station is a historic place. At the same time, this is the London Star Hotel, which is destined for Paris and Brussels, and above it is the Wanli Hotel, where afternoon tea and Leeds Carlton are magnificent and called the Three Great Dresses of London Holy Land.
The first weekend I went to St. Pancras, the British terminal of Eurostar, to any country in Europe. It is the most beautiful Victorian Gothic-style railway station I've ever seen. Three months later I'm going to take it here to Paris, which is only two hours away.
Next to King's Cross Station, it is known as the most beautiful railway station in Britain. It was built in 1868 and is now the British terminal of Eurostar. In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry and Ron failed to get on the Hogwarts Express because of Dobby's covert operation, so Harry and Ron had to fly to school in Weasley's old Ford Anglia flying car, where the starting point was. Muggles see flying cars here! Let's also look up at the sky, maybe we will see a flying car. Ha-ha......
St. Pancras Railway Station is the largest station in London, next to King's Cross Station. It is a metro, Eurostar and railway station. It is easy to distinguish that the St. Pancras Hotel, which has a long history and great momentum, is an important place in London.
This is the starting station of Eurostar. Euro trains are very convenient. Entry and exit are all done in one place. Ticket checking is automatic. The two-dimensional code is swept to the end. Ha-ha. It is said that this is still the scene of Harry Potter, but unfortunately I am not a Harry Potter fan.
Down from the subway station King s cross and St. Pancras, this station is the scene of King's Cross Station in Harry Potter, from which the flying car Ron and Harry ride in the second one takes off. The real King's Cross Station is next to it, but it's not as beautiful as it is. St. Pancras is the starting point of the Eurostar train. The trains to Paris and Brussels all start from here. It is also a domestic railway station. Many trains to other parts of London, north and south, also stop here. It's a little complicated, but there are many signs. It's better to find where to go.
The building is very large, old and functional. It is the terminal station to play Eurostar.
St. Pancras Station is one of London's many railway stations. It has a very long history and has been for more than 100 years. Inside the station, there are many shops and catering shops. While waiting for the train, people can choose delicious food or buy goods here, which is very convenient.