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St Pancras station, commonly known as St Pancras Intl. This station is situated in between The British Library, King's Cross Station and The Regents Canal. This station started operating in 1868. One of the biggest landmarks in London and which serves as a gateway towards the Europe is the St Pancras international station. The station is used by at least 45 million passengers annually and is home towards the Eurostar. A pedestrian subway was constructed amid the station expansion. It keeps running under Pancras Road from the eastern passageway of the domestic concourse to the new northern ticket corridor of King's Cross St Pancras tube station which was opened in November 2009 and the new concourse for King's Cross railroad station was opened in March 2012.
St Pancras International is in London St Pancras Rail Station, alongside Kings Cross Station and a short distance from Euston Station, on the A501 Euston Road. The A1, A5 and A41 major streets are a short drive away, implying that entrance to and from both North and South London - and the motorway network - is simple.