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London Kings Cross Station (KGX)

Situated in Central London, in the Borough of Camden, King’s Cross Station is one of the capital’s main railway stations. Four rail operators run services to the North and East of England and Scotland from King’s Cross.

London King’s Cross Railway Station is close to attractions such as the British Library and Regent’s Park. It shares a tube station with neighbouring St. Pancras Station, so travelling to other areas of London is easy.

London Kings Cross Train Station

Address:

London Kings Cross Station
Kings Cross Station
Euston Road

Ticket Office Opening times

Location Description

Car Park: Station Car Park
Operator: CP Plus
Phone number 0207 431 4001
Opening hours: Monday To Friday: 05:00 - 01:36
Saturday: 05:00 - 01:11
Sunday: 05:00 - 01:36
Number of spaces: 322
Free of charge: No
Taxi: The taxi rank is situated on Pancras Road just outside of the station.
Cycle Parking
Cycle storage type: Stands
Sheltered cycle storage: yes
Cycle storage location: Platforms 1, 8 & 9
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Cycle storage spaces: 204.
CCTV Coverage: Yes
Accessible taxis: Accessible taxis are located at the taxi rank situated on Pancras Road just outside of the station. The taxi rank is located outside the station on Pancras Road. There is a help point at the taxi rank that can be used to request disability assistance. All London Black Cabs can accommodate wheelchair passengers without wheelchair users having to leave their wheelchair.
Impaired mobility set down / pick up points available: Yes. There are 3 disabled spaces with 1 hour parking outside Kings Cross station on Pancras road. There is a help point here that can be used to request disability assistance from these spaces.
Airport: Connections from LUL available

Ticket buying and collection

Ticket Office: Yes.
Opening hours: Monday To Friday: 05:00 - 01:36
Saturday: 05:00 - 00:36
Sunday: 05:30 - 01:36
Induction Loop: Yes.
Ticket machines: Yes.
Accessible Ticket Machines: Yes. One East Coast machine inside the travel centre and one East Coast machine outside the travel centre and are DDA compliant.  There is a lowered ticket machine at this station.
Collection of pre-purchased tickets: Yes.

Staffing and general services

Customer Help Points: Yes. Customer help points are available at the platforms and at the taxi rank as well as using the rail information point at the centre of the main concourse.
Left luggage: Yes.
Ticket gates: Yes. Yes there are ticket gates to all platforms. All platforms can be accessed by wide ticket gates.
CCTV Coverage: Yes

Facilities

ATM Machine: Yes.
First class Lounge: Located The East Coast First Class Lounge is located on the Western concourse next to the Travel Centre. Tickets Accepted in East Coast First Class Lounge (tickets marked with an * require payment of a £5 supplement which can be purchased at the Travel Centre or at the time of booking your ticket online) Fully inter-available First Class Season Ticket (i.e. tickets not specific to one train company) Any First Class Anytime ticket valid for travel on the East Coast route Any East Coast First Class packages First Advance (routed EC/EC & connections)* EC First Class Reader Offer (routed EC/EC & connections)* EC First Class Flat Fare (routed EC/EC & connections)* EC Rewards First Class Leisure Single (routed EC/EC & connections)* EC Print @ Home First Class Upgrade voucher (routed EC/EC & connections)* Inclusive Tour Tickets (eg. Superbreak)* Weekend First*   Restricted tickets All First Class tickets valid only on other train operators, including ScotRail Sleepers Assistance dogs and other well behaved dogs on leads will be permitted in all East Coast First Class Lounges Facilities Toilets/Fax/Printer/Meeting Rooms, TV, newspapers Refreshments Complimentary: tea/coffee/hot chocolate/orange juice/water/ biscuits. Chargable: Food and Drink from the on board menu. Wi-Fi Available Showers Not available
Internet kiosk available:
Pay phones: Yes.
Accessible Public Telephones: Public telephones are available near the Euston Road entrance of the station.
Public Wi-Fi: Yes. <p><a href=""http://btopenzone.hotspot-directory.com/results.php?txtQuick=N1 9AP&z=9&radRoaming=1"" target=""_blank"">Find WiFi Hotspots around London Kings Cross station</a></p>
Refreshment facilities: Yes.
Shops: Yes.
Toilets: Yes. The toilets including accessible toilets are located next to platform 9. There also toilets on the Mezzanine Level.
Baby changing facilities: Yes.
National Key Toilets: Yes. Accessible toilets are located next to platform 9 and can be operated by a radar key.
Showers: Yes.
Trolleys: Yes.
Waiting Rooms:

Accessibility and mobility access

Ramp for train access: Yes.
Step free access coverage: Yes. There is level access to all platforms. Lifts provided between concourse & Mezzanine and London Underground ticket hall.
Ticket Gate: Yes. Yes there are ticket gates to all platforms. All platforms can be accessed by wide ticket gates.
Impaired Mobility Set Down: Yes. There are 3 disabled spaces with 1 hour parking outside Kings Cross station on Pancras road. There is a help point here that can be used to request disability assistance from these spaces.
National Key Toilets: Yes. Accessible toilets are located next to platform 9 and can be operated by a radar key.
Accessible Public Telephones: Public telephones are available near the Euston Road entrance of the station.
Accessible Taxis: Accessible taxis are located at the taxi rank situated on Pancras Road just outside of the station. The taxi rank is located outside the station on Pancras Road. There is a help point at the taxi rank that can be used to request disability assistance. All London Black Cabs can accommodate wheelchair passengers without wheelchair users having to leave their wheelchair.
Accessible Ticket Machines: Yes. One East Coast machine inside the travel centre and one East Coast machine outside the travel centre and are DDA compliant.  There is a lowered ticket machine at this station.
Induction Loop: Yes.
Customer Help Points: Yes. Customer help points are available at the platforms and at the taxi rank as well as using the rail information point at the centre of the main concourse.
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