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London, the capital of the United Kingdom and England, is one of the most ancient European cities with history dating as far back as Roman times. The city is also a famous tourist center boasting of numerous attractions sites such as Westminster Abbey and the iconic "Big Ben" clock tower. The city is served by 12 major railway stations operating around the center of the city, with each having trains connecting to various regions of the country. Train station London Euston is an underground station in London run by the Victoria line and both the main branches of the Northern line. It is located in Travelcard Zone 1. The station is also well linked with other transport networks around the city, enabling travelers to easily connect to the station from various points across the city. Public transport to and from train station London Euston to the center of the city is mainly by buses or transit by tube/underground.
The London Underground and Overground tube services are the most preferred way to connect to and from the station to the city center. The lines serving the Euston underground station are Victoria and Northern (Bank and Charing Cross branches). Their station at London city center is in Euston Square. The overground line normally serves platform nine but occasionally includes platforms 8, 10, and 11. The overground tube station is in King's Cross St. Pancras. Also, the train station has several bus stops on Eversholt Street, where travelers can board a bus connecting to the station. Both regular and night bus lines serve the station. Regular bus lines to the station include; 476,390,253,205,73,68,30 and line 18. The night bus line includes N20, N5, N73, N205, and N253. Besides, travelers seeking for more information about the buses traveling frequencies can visit the TfL visitor center located at the exit of Eversholt Street or go to the TfL buses website.
Euston railway station lies between Euston Square and Euston Road on the London Inner Ring Road just two miles (3.5 kilometers) from the center of London via street lane A4 and A4200. The station has easily accessible car parking lots located below the train station and can be accessed from Melton Street. Also, there is a new car drop off, and pick-up points heading to Euston train station situated in Euston Square Gardens West, easily accessed from Euston Road/Melton Street.
For travelers with limited mobility, facilities are in place to help out when they get to the train station. Getting from Euston road through the station and to all platforms is step-free. Elevators connect the underground ticket hall, taxi rank, and the main entrance. There are palpable warning strips on all platforms for the visually impaired. Washrooms are easily accessible close to the top of the ramp to platform 1-3, opposite Starbucks. Also, the assistance staff has access to mobility vehicles and wheelchairs for use around the station. For travelers who would wish to book for help when they get to the station, they should do so at least 24 hours before they arrive at the station. The mobility assistance reception desk is located next to the ticket office and can be reached by calling telephone number 0207 9226482.
Facilities at the train station include washrooms located by the entrance to platform 1-3. ATMs can be found outside the station at the main entry. Lost property desk is found at platform 16 and 18 also at the main entrance to the station. Operation hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Shops and restaurants at the station are located near platforms 4, 8, 7, and 3. Other facilities include free WiFi services, car hire services, and baby changing facilities.
For travelers in a hurry and with lots of luggage, transit by taxi to train station London Euston reduces hassle. Taxi ranks are situated in various points in the city center, particularly near Kings Cross station. Be warned though, this is an expensive option. London city is not left behind when it comes to places where travelers can indulge in fun related activities. The London Eye, a leading tourist attraction, is a must-do wherever visiting London. Travelers can also pass by the iconic "Big Ben" clock tower, where there can pose for photos. A visit to Warner Bros Studio in London is also worth the time to witness first-hand the costumes, sets, and props used in all the Harry Potter films.