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|Address||Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London N1 9AL, United Kingdom|
|Phone||+44 345 748 4950|
|Managed by||Network Rail|
|Did you know||Rowling picked King's Cross because her parents met on a train at the station.|
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About King's Cross
King's Cross railway station, also known as London King's Cross, is a passenger railway terminus in the London Borough of Camden, on the edge of Central London.
UK heatwave: Hottest day on record likely with highs of up to 42C
... No Thameslink or Great Northern services are scheduled to run north from London all day and there will be no services from London King s Cross or on the East Coast mainline...
Speed limits on railways over track buckling fears
... Hot spots In other areas, which includes journeys out of King s Cross station in London, trains will be limited to 60mph between 12:00 and 20:00 BST, meaning a normal two-hour journey will take more than four hours...
Train strikes: How did passengers cope with day one?
... Uber users in London saw a surge in prices, with a three-mile journey from Paddington to King s Cross estimated to cost £27 at 08:45, according to the PA news agency...
Tube strike signals end of party for Londoners
... Rolling their suitcases across the concourse at Waterloo station, it quickly becomes obvious their journey to King s Cross St Pancras will be much trickier than it otherwise would have been...
Trespasser causes severe rail disruption for partygoers
... A Network Rail spokesperson said: " Services from London King s Cross have been severely disrupted this afternoon owing to a trespass incident in the Potter s Bar area...
Lumo train passengers' panic after emergency stop
... The driver of the 08:20 from Newcastle to King s Cross hit the emergency brake near Peterborough, operator Lumo said...
Operation Mincemeat: The Welsh drifter who helped end WW2
... " Mr Macintyre said Mr Michael s body was found in a warehouse in King s Cross, London, with a coroner s report saying he had taken his own life by taking poison...
Ukrainian refugees fleeing conflict urge UK to offer more support
...Vitalii Tatarynov took a train from London s King s Cross at the weekend...
Tube strike signals end of party for Londoners
The Platinum Jubilee celebrations are well and truly over for Londoners, as a miserable Monday Morning brought news of a fresh Tube strike.
After four days of marking The Queen 's 70 years on The Throne , the Long Weekend came to an abrupt end as those wishing to Travel - Many of them with no option to work from Home - discovered that there was little or no service across almost the entire London Underground network.
A lot of passengers at Waterloo Station were caught out by the fact that all stations in The Heart of the capital were closed.
The impact has possibly been minimised with some workers able to work from Home on Mondays, together with some London schools having inset days following half-term.
It is the First Strike since 15,000 Tube staff in April, a month after industrial action.The NHS key worker
" It's very inconvenient especially after The Queen 's Jubilee, " says Joy Robb, who works as a NHS receptionist at Central Middlesex Hospital and usually takes a northbound Bakerloo Line train.
" All That was in my mind was The Queen 's Jubilee and now I can't get to work, " she says.
" I Am the only one there to do The Receptionist and I don't even know which bus to get me to Harlesden. "
The Key worker will be late for work. " I already told My Boss and he's very understanding, " she adds.The new starter
I find Lucie Dinardo shielding from The Rain at a Bus Stop at Waterloo Station as she tries to get to Day One of her first job since graduating.
" I've left My House an hour early, " says the 22-year-old.
" It's been stressful. I'm not happy about my extra Early Start , " the Sales Development rep adds.The International traveller
Nick Wood and his wife Fiona have had the worst possible start to their journey to Namur in Belgium via Brussels for a conference.
Rolling their suitcases across The Concourse at Waterloo Station , it quickly becomes obvious their journey to King's Cross St Pancras will be much trickier than it otherwise would have been.
" It's very inconvenient because we've just arrived and we didn't know anything about it, " he says.
" Hopefully we can get a cab But I imagine cabs are very busy too, so yeah thanks very much London Transport. "The Godfather
Philip has just stepped off a train from Tunbridge Wells in Kent and has joined the back of the queue for a taxi at Charing Cross station.
He is trying to see his goddaughter in Reading and would have taken the Bakerloo Line northbound to Paddington.
" Instead of costing me next to nothing, I don't know what it will cost me - But it'll be too much, " he says clutching his newspaper.
" I'm retired so I didn't often Go On these expeditions. It's having a little impact But Some People will be much worse affected. "
Is he frustrated? " Yes, I think I think that there should be negotiation, arbitration, all those things.
" I don't know if they have tried But I Am upset about it. I haven't got a mobile telephone so it makes an impact" he adds.The tourists
Emma Rosenvinge is trying to get to Liverpool Street with Her Daughter Thea But the closure at Waterloo means a delay of at least half an hour.
" It's not brilliant, " she says.
" It's not a great start to The Morning I'm not going to lie, But what can you do? " she asks before trooping off in the direction of the Bus Stop .
Matthew Lawrence had been hoping to take the London Underground to The Zoo from Waterloo.
" We were going to get an early train and take the Northern Line which is completely shut, " the 20-year-old says.
" Now we've got to get the bus there and hopefully make it On Time for our ticket, " he adds.
Source of news: bbc.com