KINGS CROSS ST PANCRAS International Stations

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There are three stations in this complex:

King's Cross Thameslink Station remains open for people to gain access to King's Cross Underground Station, but First Capital Connect (formerly Thameslink trains) are no longer calling at the station and call instead at St Pancras International.

Kings Cross Mainline Station

Lines Served

  Kings Cross - Edinburgh
Kings Cross - Peterborough

Kings Cross Underground Station

Lines Served

  London Underground, Circle Line
London Underground, Hammersmith & City Line
London Underground, Metropolitan Line
London Underground, Northern Line (Bank Branch)
London Underground, Piccadilly Line
London Underground, Victoria Line

St Pancras International

Lines Served

  Kentish Town - Blackfriars
St Pancras International - Ashford International
St Pancras International - Bedford
St Pancras International - Rochester
St Pancras International - Sheffield
Eurostar services

To find the RNIB HQ

The RNIB HQ is at 105 Judd Street.

The quickest way would be to come out of the main exit from King's Cross Mainline Station, turn right along Euston Road and cross Euston Road just before the junction with Midland Road. This is a two-stage crossing with the push button and rotating cone to your right as you leave the pavement in either direction. Turn right then left on the central island, the post with push button and rotating cone is to either side of you as you leave the island in either direction.

This crossing brings you onto the east side of Judd street. Note that, on the south side of Euston Road, the post with push button and rotating cone to your left is for the crossing at the north end of Judd Street.

Continue (south), on the east side of Judd Street, across the first turning left then locate the tactile paving for the crossing of Judd Street. This is a single-stage crossing with rotating cone and sounder. the push button is to your right as you cross in either direction.

Cross Judd Street, turn left and continue across the turning on your right then follow the right-hand wall. This will take you up the ramp to the RNIB entrance. You turn right, through two sets of doors then bear right (about 1 o'clock) towards the reception desk.

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