Euston railway station is a railway station in central London that was opened on July 20, 1837. Most trains departing from Euston are trains bound for West Midlands, North West England, North Wales and parts of Scotland.
Most of the flights from here are long-distance trains. It is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line to Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow. It is also the main site to Birmingham and the gateway to the ferry to Dublin. Night sleeper trains leading to the Scottish highlands cities of Inverness and Fort William are also issued from the station. Suburban train services run by the London Overground line. Euston Station is also the train station to the "Harry Potter Studios"
- Bus stop
- Taxi stand
- Service Desk
- Luggage storage
- Accessible Channel
- Visitor Center
There are four railway companies operating trains from Euston Station.
- Virgin Railway: Operations InterCity West Coast services
(1) via Birmingham to Glasgow Central Station / Edinburgh Waverley Station (2) From Preston Station to Glasgow Central Station, there is a shuttle bus to and from Preston Station, Lancaster and Carlisle Station. (3) Drive to Coventry Station to Birmingham New Street Station, and rush to Wolverhampton (4) via Stokeport to Manchester Piccadilly Station (multiple routes)
- London Northwestern Railway: operating range and commuter trains
(1) To Tring (2) To Milton Keynes Central Station (3) Drive to Birmingham New Street Station via Southampton (4) to Southampton (5) Going to Crewe via Stafford
- London Underground: commuter trains in the operating area
Take the Waterford DC rail to Watford Junction
- Gallardo berth train: two buses are issued every Sunday to Friday night
(1) Highland Sleeper: via Kirkcaldy, Dundee to Aberdeen; Dalmuir to Fort William, and via Stirling and Perth to Inverness. (2) Lowland Sleeper: via Carlisle Station to Glasgow Central Station and Edinburgh Waverley Station
Traffic in the city
There is an escalator connection from the station hall to the Euston subway station; the Euston Square underground station is nearby. King’s Cross and St Pancras train stations are located just below Euston Road.
There is a bus stop in front of the station, including 10, 59, 73, 205, 390 and other routes.