London’s first intercity station
London Euston is the sixth busiest railway station in Britain, the southern terminus of the West Coast Mainline and the busiest passenger route in Britain. Serving over 71 million people each year, it’s a gateway from London to popular destinations like Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
The original Euston station opened in 1837 but was completely rebuilt in conjunction with the electrification of the West Coast Mainline between 1963 and 1968.
Two Portland stone entrance lodges and the war memorial still survive from the old station and are situated on Euston Road.
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Tickets and travel information
National Rail Enquiries
03457 48 49 50
Textphone: 0345 60 50 600
Welsh language line: 0345 60 40 500
General station enquiries: 03457 11 41 41
Find your way around by referring to our Euston Station Map.
British Transport Police
The British Transport Police station is next to the Melton Street exit, by platforms 16 to 18.
For assistance call 0800 40 50 40 (24 hours) or speak to any member of station staff. In an emergency call 999.
Access for All is a £370m programme to improve accessibility at train stations by introducing lifts and ramps.