St Pancras railway station

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St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras and officially since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden.wikipedia
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Midland Main Line

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It provides East Midlands Railway services to, and on the Midland Main Line, Southeastern high-speed trains to Kent via and, and Thameslink cross-London services to Bedford, Peterborough, Brighton and Gatwick Airport.
The line is under the Network Rail description of Route 19; it comprises the lines from London's St Pancras station via Leicester, Derby/Nottingham and Chesterfield in the East Midlands.

Eurostar

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It is the terminus for Eurostar continental services from London via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel to Belgium, France and the Netherlands.
The London terminus is St Pancras International, the other British calling points are Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International in Kent.

British Library

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It stands between the British Library, the Regent's Canal and King's Cross railway station, with which it shares a London Underground station,.
The Library is now located in a purpose-built building on the north side of Euston Road in St Pancras, London (between Euston railway station and St Pancras railway station), and has a document storage centre and reading room near Boston Spa, near Wetherby in West Yorkshire.

London King's Cross railway station

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It stands between the British Library, the Regent's Canal and King's Cross railway station, with which it shares a London Underground station,.
Adjacent to King's Cross station is St Pancras International, the London terminus for Eurostar services to continental Europe.

East Midlands Railway

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It provides East Midlands Railway services to, and on the Midland Main Line, Southeastern high-speed trains to Kent via and, and Thameslink cross-London services to Bedford, Peterborough, Brighton and Gatwick Airport.
EMR operates intercity services from London St Pancras along the Midland Main Line to Leicester, Nottingham, Derby and Sheffield with limited extensions to Lincoln, Leeds, York and Scarborough.

High Speed 1

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It is the terminus for Eurostar continental services from London via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel to Belgium, France and the Netherlands.
The line crosses the River Medway, and tunnels under the River Thames, terminating at St Pancras International station on the north side of central London.

William Henry Barlow

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The station was designed by William Henry Barlow and constructed with a single-span iron roof.
He was engineer for the Midland Railway on its London extension and designed the company's London terminus at St Pancras.

Euston Road

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St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras and officially since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden.
King's Cross and St Pancras railway stations are at the eastern end of the road, the British Library is nearby, and Euston railway station is a further west.

King's Cross Central

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To the north-east is King's Cross Central, formerly known as the Railway Lands, a complex of intersecting railway lines crossed by several roads and the Regent's Canal.
It consists of approximately 67 acres of former railway lands to the north of King's Cross and St Pancras mainline railway stations.

St Pancras, London

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The station's name comes from the St. Pancras neighbourhood, which originates from the fourth-century Christian boy martyr Pancras of Rome.
For many centuries the name was used for various officially designated areas, but it is now used mainly for the railway station and for upmarket venues in the immediate locality, having been largely superseded by other place names including Kings Cross and Somers Town.

Thameslink

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It provides East Midlands Railway services to, and on the Midland Main Line, Southeastern high-speed trains to Kent via and, and Thameslink cross-London services to Bedford, Peterborough, Brighton and Gatwick Airport.
The route through central London is via St Pancras International for connections to Eurostar and the East Midlands; Farringdon, for London Underground Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City lines, and soon Crossrail; City Thameslink, which replaced the demolished Holborn Viaduct station and has a southern entrance serving Ludgate Circus; Blackfriars, for main-line rail services and the Underground District and Circle lines; and London Bridge for main-line links into Kent and Sussex and the Underground Northern and Jubilee lines.

London and Continental Railways

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St Pancras is owned by London and Continental Railways (LCR) and managed by Network Rail (High Speed), a subsidiary of Network Rail.
As part of this deal European Passenger Services (EPS) and Union Railways, companies owned by British Rail, were transferred to LCR ownership, as well as key pieces of railway infrastructure including St Pancras railway station and the King's Cross Central lands nearby.

Channel Tunnel

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It is the terminus for Eurostar continental services from London via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel to Belgium, France and the Netherlands.
The Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL), now called High Speed 1, runs 69 mi from St Pancras railway station in London to the tunnel portal at Folkestone in Kent.

Rowland Mason Ordish

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Additional advice on the design of the roof was given to Barlow by Rowland Mason Ordish.
He is most noted for his design of the Winter Garden, Dublin (1865), for his detailed work on the single-span roof of London's St Pancras railway station, undertaken with William Henry Barlow (1868) and the Albert Bridge, a crossing of the River Thames in London, completed in 1873.

London Borough of Camden

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St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras and officially since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden.
, St Pancras and Kings Cross are the London termini for the West Coast, Midland and East Coast Main Lines and also High Speed 1.

Euston railway station

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The Railways Act of 1921 forced the merger of the Midland with the London and North Western Railway (L&NWR) into the London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS), and the LMS adopted the LNWR's (the "Premier Line") Euston station as its principal London terminus.
King's Cross and St Pancras railway stations are further down Euston Road.

Master Cutler (train)

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Long-distance trains reached Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester, with famous named trains including The Palatine to Manchester, The Thames-Clyde Express to Glasgow, and The Master Cutler to Sheffield (transferred from King's Cross in 1966, which itself had transferred from eight years earlier).
The Master Cutler is a British named express passenger train operated by East Midlands Railway between Sheffield and London St Pancras.

Thames–Clyde Express

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Long-distance trains reached Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester, with famous named trains including The Palatine to Manchester, The Thames-Clyde Express to Glasgow, and The Master Cutler to Sheffield (transferred from King's Cross in 1966, which itself had transferred from eight years earlier).
The Thames–Clyde Express was a named express passenger train operating on the Midland Main Line, Settle-Carlisle Railway and the Glasgow South Western Line between London St Pancras and Glasgow St Enoch.

Waring Brothers

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The contract for the construction of the station substructure and connecting lines was given to Messrs. Waring, with Barlow's assistant Campion as supervisor.
It went on to complete numerous railway structures including three viaducts in Luxembourg (including the Passerelle) and the station (but not the roof, which was tendered separately) of St Pancras in London.

Network Rail

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St Pancras is owned by London and Continental Railways (LCR) and managed by Network Rail (High Speed), a subsidiary of Network Rail.

InterCity (British Rail)

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After the sectorisation of British Rail in 1986, main-line services to the East Midlands were provided by the InterCity sector, with suburban services to St Albans, Luton and Bedford by Network SouthEast.

Kent

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It provides East Midlands Railway services to, and on the Midland Main Line, Southeastern high-speed trains to Kent via and, and Thameslink cross-London services to Bedford, Peterborough, Brighton and Gatwick Airport.
The Channel Tunnel was completed in 1994 and High Speed 1 in November 2007 with a London terminus at St Pancras.

Midland Railway

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The station was constructed by the Midland Railway (MR), which had an extensive network across the Midlands and the North of England, but no dedicated line into London.
The line from Bedford to Moorgate opened for passenger services on 13 July 1868 with services into St Pancras station starting on 1 October 1868.

East Midlands

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East Midlands services would use the western platforms, Eurostar services the middle platforms, and Kent services the eastern platforms.
Two of the United Kingdom's mainline railways serve the region: the Midland Main Line and the East Coast Main Line, providing services terminating at London St Pancras railway station and London King's Cross railway station respectively.

London station group

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St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras and officially since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden.