Wednesday, 25 November 2009
One of the main London stations-Euston Station WC1, NW1, situated between the two postcodes, between St Pancras and Regent's Park. It is not to confuse Euston Square Station and Euston Station, these are two different stations although located within walking distance from one to another. Euston Station serves London Underground lines Northern Line (both Bank branch and Charing Cross branch) and Victoria Line, while Euston Square station serves three different lines; Circle Line, Metropolitan Line and Hammersmith and City Line.
Euston Station is also a major railway station that provides trains to North West, West Midlands, North Wales, and Scotland. As the first inter city station built in London, the original station opened in 1837. In 1961-1962 the building was demolished and replaced by a new building in 1968 to accommodate the many train lines and services it provides. The modern station is a low and long structure that's populated with shops and eateries, and over 200 car park spaces.
In 2007, the 1960s building was once again demolished to update and keep up with the intensive train lines, services and travellers. British Land won the tender of the project, and planned to spend £250 million on the redevelopment of the station and £1 billion on the development of the whole area. The number of platforms were going to increase from 18-21.
Located on Euston Road WC1, NW1 but on the south of Euston Station sit the Euston Square Station is also a London Underground Station, different to Euston Station, it serves Circle Line, Metropolitan Line, and Hammersmith & City Line. Situated on the corner of Euston Road and Gower Street, Euston Square Station is also just across the road on the east of Warren Street Underground Station which provides Northern Line Charing Cross Branch service.
If you are a visitor to London and are staying in this area near Euston Road WC1, NW1, you might find the immediate areas around the station are a bit quiet and you may find it difficult to entertain yourself. One good way is to treat yourself to some gorgeous Euston Road escorts, a group of local ladies who are keen to meet new people. There are more bars and restaurants in Tottenham Court Road, which is running south from Warren Street Station, reachable by foot in 10 minutes. So treat yourself to some lovely time meeting new girls, enjoy your night with your beautiful escorts from Euston Road.