People tend to check in during these times:
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Euston is London’s oldest intercity railway terminus, opening in 1837 with a connection to Birmingham. The grand old Victorian building was replaced with the modern monstrosity in 1968.
London's second-worst station pub. Avoid and head down Eversholt St to either the Royal George or Prince Arthur.
Step outside for a far better range of food and drinks than inside: Pret, Illy, Krispy Kreme, Nandos. Square Pie rules too!
Toilets currently cost 30p - so go at home/on the train if you can!
Get your ticket/Oyster card ready BEFORE you reach the underground barrier instead of stopping and looking in your bag for it in front of it and blocking people in a hurry to get to their trains!
Marks and Spencers Simply Food has saved my life on a number of occasions when my trains been delayed.
If you need to catch a train, you're in the right place!
first class virgin is worth it for the free loos, drinks, peace and quiet...
Euston Tap, probably best bar in the area
Don't stop at the top of escalators
Always check trains are running on time
Illy does the best coffee having tried most of the outside outlets
Get yourself a bite card online and save 20% off food in most railway outlets..eg get a supersize burger king meal for less than a regular meal
Look out for the wheeled suitcases. Some people have enabled cloaking devices on them, and the first thing you know about them when your face meets the tiled floor. Take care out there.
You can always spot a true Northerner - we are the ones who run as fast as our legs/broken suitcases will carry us for the trains the second they're called! GET US AWAY FROM THE SOUTH ASAP PLZ!!!
Best use of ornamental staff in the whole of London, impressive.
Handy side entrance to the station off drummond street ( also where the best Indian sweets on London are at Ambala)
Wear warm clothes this station is freezing.
Great old station... gateway to the North West. Huge variety of eateries both inside and outside.
Getting a Virgin Train to Manchester? Carriage E is always unreserved seating.
Be sure to check out The Welcome Trust gallery, across the road from the station.
Burger King It's great here, if the main one is too busy, go to the one in the food court. It's much quicker. Trust me!
Go outside and go to the Euston Tap for a pint - great cask beer collection
Panda to the southerners unfriendly stereotype, smile and wink at everyone coming down the aisle on the train; pat the seat next to you for added effect. Hey presto, 2 seats to yourself.
Trains to Watford, Hemel, Tring and Kings Langley usually leave from patforms 8 - 11
Friday night train to Liverpool and Manchester are nightmares unless you have reserved tickets. Be prepared to run if you have an unreserved ticket
Top tip! Got an iphone or device that needs charging? Plug sockets opposite nam-po.
The worst designed Sainburys Local in the world is on the concourse of this place
If you're coming in on a London Midland train using platforms 8 - 11, don't go out to the main station to get to the tube, use the walkway to your right as you come out
You can collect any rail company's ticket from the ranks of bright red Virgin-branded ticket machines that nobody queues for.
Some of the best curry restaurants are in Drummond St, three minutes walk from here (if that)
What a hell hole of a station, badly laid out, annoying ramps to the platforms, and the rip off dirty toilets
for food head over to 'the pasty shop' - some of the most delicious pasties around!
Birmingham trains mostly always leave from Platform 3. Beat the rush for your seat.
AMT coffee down by platform 12 (by the cash machines) is the best of a bad lot here. £2 for a latte.
Euston at rush hour is like a scene from Dante's Inferno. I'd suggest starting your own rail company, with a nice quiet station, just to avoid it.
Virgin trains are better than London Midland in the main. Cheaper too.
Straight out of the front doors on Euston Road lies a fantastic Craft Beer bar, The Euston Tap. A must visit...
For a quick snack, can't go wrong with £1 M&S Sushi snack box. Bargain.
Always remember to bring your railcard if you buy railcard-only tickets...failure to do so will result in the end of the universe...and a further charge :P
If the ATM inside the station doesn't work (or if the line is too long) go outside of the Mark & Spencers to find two ATMs that normally work.
If you have time to spare head out and get a drink at the Euston Tap, great beer.
Reasonable selection of food places in the plaza right outside the station.
Check out the Euston Taps pub in the stone gatehouse in front of the station. They have a large selection of draft and bottled beers
The Virign Trains First Class Lounge is a nice touch but it does get busy at times and only soft drinks are free.
If heading to Queens Park avoid the underground and take the overground from platform 9. Quicker and less hassle.
Leave while you still can! It is london! You will only lose a lot of money cus everything is overpriced! D:
A snapshot into the world of the commuter. A hellish elbow jostle thru life.