Ticket buying & collection
On the station concourse
Platforms 1-4 and 11-13, along with the domestic departures areas are managed by High Speed 1 (London and Continental Stations).
Platforms 5-10 and the international departures areas are managed by Eurostar.
Platforms A and B and the areas on the low level part of St Pancras, are managed by Network Rail.
Yes there is help available at the Thameslink and East Midlands Railway help desks. For mobility assistance or to prebook assistance at London St Pancras please ring 0207 8437688. There is a disability meet point in front of the Main Entrance at London St Pancras International. There is station help points around the station and also station staff who can be identified in blue outfits.
All platforms are partially or fully covered with a canopy. The Thameslink platforms are underground.
Station Car Park
Within car park
Midland Road: Currently the taxi pick up is located next to Thameslink station entrance. Soon a large covered queuing area will be available halfway along the lower concourse where passengers can wait for marshalled taxis.
Pancras Road: There are two taxi drop off areas in Pancras Road. One is situated halfway along the old Victorian brick built Barlow shed and is convenient for Eurostar passengers. The second is situated close to the main entrance in the new part of the station and is suitable for passengers travelling within the UK.
Buses stop on surrounding roads on Euston Road, Midland Road and Pancras Road. All Transport for London buses are accessible and have step free access.
All Transport for London bus routes are served by low-floor vehicles, with a dedicated wheelchair space and an access ramp. They can also 'kneel' to reduce the step-up from the pavement. More info can be found on Transport for London's website at www.tfl.gov.uk/transport-accessibility/wheelchair-access-and-avoiding-stairs
More information about Transport for London buses can be found at www.tfl.gov.uk/modes/buses/
Height adjustable ticket counter is only available at East Midlands ticket office.
There are two accessible toilets in this station that are operated by a radar key. One is next to Eurostar arrivals. Toilet attendants are available too.
This is a Category A station. This station has step-free level access to all platforms via lifts. The station entrances are located at street level and provide level access to the lower concourse. There are three lifts on the main concourse to take passengers to and from the upper level UK train platforms and the Rendezvous.
The Assistance Meeting Point varies - please check with your operator.
Accessible taxis can be located on Midland Road and Pancras Road
A clearly marked passenger drop off zone is located on Pancras Road which runs parallel to London St Pancras International Station. Blue badge holders may wait for 5 minutes here.
The drop off zone leads directly to the Eurostar departures.
There is also a drop up point on this road next to this for other passengers with 2 minutes waiting.
If you wish to book assistance but are not sure which train operator you are travelling with, you can call 0800 022 3720. On calling, you will be referred to the appropriate train operator.
Available from Thameslink and East Midlands Railway help desks as well as station help points and station staff. For mobility assistance or to prebook assistance at London St Pancras please ring 0207 8437688. There is a disability meet point in front of the Main Entrance at London St Pancras International. There is station help points around the station and also station staff who can be identified in blue outfits.
We want everyone to travel with confidence. That is why, if you are planning on travelling on national rail services, you can request an assistance booking in advance - now up to 2 hours before your journey is due to start, any time of the day. For more information about Passenger Assist and how to request an assistance booking via Passenger Assist, please click here.
Staff are available at this station at all times for providing assistance getting on and off the train and assistance around the station and to the platform. Assistance can be provided unbooked (turn up and go) or pre booked up to two hours before departure by contacting Assisted Travel.
Whether you pre book assistance or travel unbooked, please contact a member of staff on arrival. We recommend arriving 20 minutes prior to your train departing. This is to allow us to make sure arrangements are in place at your destination, or interchange, station such as the availability of staff and lifts. If there is insufficient time to check these arrangements, we may assist you onto the next available train.
For further information on assisted travel please see:
Accessibility at the station - Thameslink.
The information in this document was generated 2/23/2024 5:51:54 PM