The Anonymous Widower

Welcome to Euston

I arrived at Euston on time at about a quarter to eight!

It was clean, neat and tidy, but really it is not the most welcoming of stations.  Perhaps, it is if you are going a few miles in a taxi, but I was going to Kings Cross for a train to Cambridge.  On a good day, I’d have walked and possibly had breakfast, in one of the few stations in the world, that can call itself a destination in its own right; St. Pancras.  So I struggled into the Underground, luckily against the flow of people and took the one stop to King’s Cross. I thought about breakfast, but as I wasn’t really hungry I took the 8:45 to get home.  It was virtually empty, so that was at least good!

September 30, 2010 - Posted by | Transport/Travel | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. […] too has a strong link across, although as I said Euston is not a welcoming station, but when you’ve got three world-class stations in Kings Cross, St. Pancras and Euston, an […]

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  2. […] inadequate station at Euston. Of London’s main stations it is one of the worst, as I said here. It will have to be rebuilt whether we build HS2 or not. It really doesn’t have the good […]

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