St Pancras Station

St Pancras Station, London. Home to high speed national train connections, the Eurostar and now Europe’s longest champagne bar, the station will serve as a major transport hub during the London 2012 Olympics.

Time Out London guide edition 18

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About Ben Rowe

I take photos of life, for work and for pleasure...mainly in London but sometimes further afield.
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81 Responses to St Pancras Station

  1. These photos are incredible! They really capture the bustling atmosphere and excitement of London…especially with the Olympics heading its way!

    Congratulations on being Freshly Pressed! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Sarah says:

    Oh, beautiful pics! I was in London for the month of July, and St. Pancras was my favorite station.

  3. Alessandro Paiva says:

    Great pictures. I miss London so much!

  4. Wow. Such a cool station — your photos evoke the smells, sounds and sights. Amazing work! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Great pictures! They really put you right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of St Pancras Station. I was there this summer and it is one energetic place. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Congrats on being Freshly Pressed!

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  7. bercton says:

    Spectacular Photos!

  8. numb3r5s says:

    There is some really nice photographs in this post.

  9. I would go there ๐Ÿ™‚
    A friend of mine lived in London for five years and she is totally in love with the city.

  10. The London 2012 photo is really conveying the sense of a city in movement. I like the man and the girl sitting and involved in their own activities contrasting with the quick moving people behind them. And the girl with the trolley is so dynamic, wow I like that photo.
    robert

  11. Sajib says:

    London is a beautiful place. โ™ฅ But I have never been there. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ

  12. findingtampa says:

    I love historic rail stations and you’ve taken some lovely photographs – great post!

  13. ournote2self says:

    Beautiful pictures!!!

  14. bigeyedbob says:

    nice pictures. Very Historic building brought to modern times. Even a very good quality hotel restored now too. Love London. Think we will be doing a travel review down there soon. (although not a serious one)

    Good Post From Shane @ http://dailyweeklynews.wordpress.com/

  15. Eva McCane says:

    beautiful! great shots. i need visit!

  16. thedarkness54 says:

    I’d read many times about St Pancras, but this is the first time I have ever seen any really good stills of it. Thanks for sharing your images with those of us who have only been there in our minds.

  17. annamis says:

    That’s some great pictures of a really wonderful old station. It’s huge!!

  18. My favourite London station, I met the girl of my dreams for the first time under the big statue.
    Great photos.
    James

  19. ceciliag says:

    Where was the worlds longest champagne bar when I was there! I shall have t look into this! Gorgeous gorgeous c

  20. zookyshirts says:

    I was at St. Pancras about 3 years ago, to board the Eurostar train. It certainly is a beautiful station. You took great photos of it!

  21. Mona Louise says:

    Hi, I just want to say that you do an amazing job with your blog! London is maybe the most fascinating city in the world, the pictures that you’ve captured from this lovely city is incredible =) Keep up the good work!
    -Mona Louise

  22. The new hotel outside of the station looks magnificent!

  23. marydonnery says:

    These photos bring back memories! I use to live just minutes away from St Pancras and it really is quite a spacious and impressive station. Thanks for posting these terrific images! ๐Ÿ™‚

  24. loonyduck says:

    There is only one thing wrong with these images- it’s not raining.
    Almost every time I’ve been in London it’s chucked it down- especially when I was there for the purposes of travel. My last and only experience of St Pancras consisted of panicked rushing through sheets of rain to get on my Eurostar and back from it to the hotel. It really is nice to look at these and think ‘Wow, I really missed out’- a great reason to do it all over again!

  25. ratinthecity says:

    Love the pictures! I’ve just moved to London and am only just getting to grips with it, but this truly captures why I’m here and what I love about it ๐Ÿ™‚

  26. Great photos. London will be a wonderful host for the Olympics.

  27. Your capture of movement is incredible! Congrats on being Freshly Pressed!

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  29. Ped says:

    good work Ben. St. P’s my favourite station. if i want to get out the office and work from ‘home’ i go to the british library and lunch in the station.

  30. There is a chapel at St. Pancras station, and the pastor is an old friend of mine, Father Jonathan Barker. Stop by and say a prayer for all nations to wage peace!

  31. We just spent a day in London 2 weeks ago and we stop in there almost everytime we travel… it’s one of the few places in the world I think I could handle winter again. Great photos and well done on the fp

  32. bat says:

    nice pictures

  33. PiedType says:

    Love the exterior architectural details visible in that first photo. It’s a shame so much modern architecture is just big, shiny boxes with no personality.

  34. these pics are simply great. London looks beautiful

  35. britrish says:

    Lovely photos of St. Pancras Station! Well done! Construction was still going on when we were living there and we still haven’t seen it on more recent visits. Must make it back to have a glass of bubbly!

  36. sarahnsh says:

    I love the pictures! My mother and I went to London, England, years ago and loved it so much that we came back 3 months later to stay there another week. It definitely was an experience I’d never forget and the tube system was pretty easy to figure out too.

  37. I love this station..been there and enjoyed the hustle bustle ๐Ÿ™‚

  38. Cheap says:

    St Pancras Station is beautiful.

  39. Great article โ€ฆThanks for your great information, the contents are quiet interesting. I will be waiting for your next post.

  40. wow,nice pictures,thanks for showing us such wonderful pics,hope to have the great chance there …….

  41. Jane London says:

    It looks like something unreal… Unfortunately, In Russia, Railway Stations are not so great as in many European countries… The Author, thanks for your post and especially photographs, they’re brilliantly done!)

  42. toan says:

    very good. Thank you

  43. Beautiful pictures of this lovely station. Every time I see St Pancras I’m reminded of the excitement of arriving for trips to Paris on the Eurostar, so your photos have happy associations for me.

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  45. Great photos and well done on the fp

  46. he new hotel outside of the station looks magnificent!

  47. terrath says:

    only one word, so cool!! London has both of traditionalism and modernism at the same time, nice!

  48. Niki Fulton says:

    Yep I love st.P too. I like the bronze statue of the couple embracing too.

  49. ennospace says:

    Beautiful station with history!! Great!

  50. phtnpower says:

    London is amazing!!!!

  51. afroblush says:

    Great pictures, I live and work in London and love seeing the commuters hussle and bussle. Congrats on being freshly pressed to!

  52. philomella says:

    Amazing Photos!
    I miss London, and it’s only been a month since I’ve left!

    Hope your photos will prompt other Brits to protect the beauty of England, not tear it down with riots!

    Bravo for your work once again!

  53. yi-ching lin says:

    gorgeous!! thank you for sharing.

  54. rf401 says:

    Great shots, congrats on being pressed.

    Rob

  55. great pictures!! btw am i the only one who thinks that is just a slightly unfortunate name for a train station?

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  58. Grahame Hall says:

    Love your blog, Mr. Rowe. Added to my blogroll. Congrats on the well-deserved Freshly Pressed!

  59. I really enjoyed looking through these photos, they remind me why I fell in love with London ๐Ÿ™‚

  60. justdawne says:

    So happy to have stumbled into your blog. I’m going to London in a few weeks and taking the Eurostar from St. Pancras. Adds to the excitement to see your photos while preparing for the trip!

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  62. Sessel says:

    One of the best wordpress sites I have ever seen.

  63. Kaitlin says:

    Great pictures! There’s something so romantic about train stations and travel.

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  65. Sasha says:

    Beautiful photos!

  66. Maddy says:

    Wonderful Pictures. Thanks for sharing it with us!!!

  67. Melissa says:

    Gorgeous photos. I mean, I think you go the point by the other hundred comments, but really, these are great!

  68. gaycarboys says:

    I love Victorian buildings. I’m surprised it wasn’t lost to development. I have seen it on the tv and would love to take a train from it. Thanks for the wonderful pics.

  69. lindayoga says:

    Very cool!!!
    Thanks for your wonderful post;)
    -Linda

  70. Jack says:

    cool captures…!

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