St. Pancras International
St. Pancras International is the iconic terminus station on the high-speed rail line. It is extremely well connected to 6 underground train lines, and being so close to King’s Cross make’s it one of the greatest interchange hubs in London. The Victorian station itself has been respectfully restored to create a magnificent environment for visitors to enjoy.
St. Pancras International has often been voted best station in the UK Passenger Focus National Passenger Survey since it reopened in 2007 after an £800m redevelopment. The retail offer at St. Pancras International combines high street favourites with boutique independent retailers.
Stratford International Station sits in the heart of Stratford City – the largest single mixed-use urban regeneration project in Europe – that includes Westfield Shopping Centre.
During the summer of 2012 the station played a key role in supporting the large number of spectators visiting the London Olympic games.
Situated near Dartford, Ebbsfleet International is just 17 minutes away from St Pancras International. It’s close to the M25, M20 and A2 and, with 10 million people living within the catchment area, it’s an obvious choice for commuters to use to Park and Rail.
Ashford International station serves the Eurostar departures and arrivals on the high-speed line and is connected to the Ashford station on the classic railway for ease of onward connectivity for services into and across Kent.
Ashford International is situated close-by the Ashford Designer Outlet.