St Pancras Railway Station famous for its clock tower. Chosen as a location for Harry Potter and Batman. Home of the Eurostar trains which connect London with mainland Europe
St Pancras Railway Station is a Grade I listed, a masterpiece of Victorian Gothic Architecture. It was opened in 1868. The station was designed in 1863 by William Barlow.
St Pancras Station is famous for its clock tower. It is so visually iconic that it has been chosen as a location for various films like the Harry Potter series and Batman. The station is now the home of the Eurostar trains which connect London with mainland Europe.
St Pancras was a 14 year old boy who had converted to Christianity and would not renounce his faith. As a result he was beheaded by Diocletian in Rome in 304 AD. He is the patron saint of children. St Pancras is a Greek name meaning ‘the one that holds everything.
Address and nearest tube to St Pancras Railway Station
Address: St Pancras International, Pancras Road, London NW1 2QP
Nearest Tube: Kings Cross St Pancras (Circle Line; Hammersmith & City Line; Metropolitan Line; Northern Line; Piccadilly Line; Victoria Line)