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London Euston Railway Station (EUS)

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  • Justin W.
    "If you travel on Virgin trains & booked their First Class (only 2 fare..."(8 Tips)
    Naz K.
    "Virgin trains are better than London Midland in the main."(6 Tips)
    Andrew (.
    "Harry Ramsden's fish bites are perfect for lunch if..."(6 Tips)
    Debbie D.
    "... place is m&s at 2quid, delice de France is 2.20, upper crust at 2.25. Just an..."(5 Tips)
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  • Mike D.
    Mike DentFebruary 20
    Stuck for a seat whilst waiting for your train? Look no further than the photobooths near to the left luggage. Very relaxed location and you will not be disturbed.
    Upvoted Jun 18
  • Mark
    MarkAugust 25, 2013
    For food avoid the fast food outside & walk 5 mins to Pasta Plus, 62 Eversholt St - excellent Italian restaurant & good prices (12% service charge added tho). If you want beer the Euston Tap is best
  • Bijan Y.
    Bijan YoungJanuary 19, 2015
    Getting a facelift but functional rather than beautiful. Walk through it and there are some decent branded eateries outside in case - pret, ed's, nandos, cafe rouge...as well as an M&s and Sainsburys
  • Wilkes M.
    Wilkes McDermidDecember 17, 2014
    SECRET EXIT: If you're heading to Drummond Street for a curry avoid the crowds by heading towards Platform 18. There is an exit which takes you there an avoids the main (busy) entrance
  • Jon T.
    Jon ThompsonApril 29, 2010
    Head up to the lounge if you are travelling FC. Free tea and coffee, soft drinks if you fancy something stronger all Alcohol is £2 per drink. Charge you phone in the hub on your right as you enter.
  • Katherine B.
    Katherine BridgesNovember 9, 2014
    Ed's Diner is a great place to eat, it's just outside of the station. There's a nice variety of food places inside the station too. Avoid going to the toilet there, as it costs you 30p.
  • Ed S.
    Ed SmithJuly 30, 2014
    AMT is the only coffee shop in the station (as far as I know) that has fair trade and organic as standard. Tastes good too. See ethical consumer coffee shop rankings for more information.
  • Ade A.
    Ade AllenbyJune 4, 2014
    Cheap/quick food options are the sandwich/snack/drink meal deals from Boots on the main concourse and Sainsbury's (exit front and turn right). The rest is motorway services prices.
  • HISTORY UK
    HISTORY UKFebruary 15, 2011
    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.
  • Brian W.
    Brian WainwrightMarch 24, 2011
    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!
    Upvoted Jun 18
  • Debbie D.
    Debbie DingMay 14, 2014
    The cheapest tea that can probably be had is this place is m&s at 2quid, delice de France is 2.20, upper crust at 2.25. Just an observation, one very bored morning here.
  • Gary W.
    Gary WilkinsonDecember 12, 2010
    Britannia pub is best on-station place to wait, but the loo's are gross. Avoid the ales (bad pint) and stick to lager or guiness. If using the tube, consider Euston Sq instead, shorter queues!
  • Lorenzo R.
    Lorenzo ReffoJuly 9, 2013
    You can easily travel to north west areas of London such as Kilburn, Queens Park and Wembley with the overground service to Watford junction, and avoid the tube!
  • Alex R.
    Alex RobertsAugust 21, 2011
    Have a pint at the Euston Tap before departing. The selection of real ale and continental beers on draught is superb! Bottle selection is good as well.
  • Peter S.
    Peter SchofieldFebruary 17, 2012
    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.
  • Barbara C.
    Barbara CrowtherNovember 6, 2010
    Real ale fans should check out CAMRA London pub of 2009/10 the Bree Louise on Euston St, just 5 mins walk away. Great beer selection and lots of pies!
  • Liam R.
    Liam ReynoldsDecember 5, 2010
    a) for vegan food, the veggie burger and Peri chips from Nando's are amazing b) never pay for the toilets, just pull back and squeeze through the the turnstile.
  • Gari W.
    Gari WellinghamMarch 2, 2013
    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!!!
  • Justin W.
    Justin WilliamsOctober 7, 2013
    If you travel on Virgin trains & booked their First Class (only 2 fare classes) you can use the First Class lounge. Has coffee & power points!
  • Jeremy W.
    Jeremy WaiteJanuary 7, 2012
    The best breakfast is at Tge Bagel Factory outside. Or the ice cream milkshakes at Ed's 60's American diner are super tasty. And about 4000 calories!
  • Antony J.
    Antony JonesDecember 17, 2010
    Cannot recommend friday night manchester train, if you aren't crushed in the run, some ugly f¤¤ker will be defiantly sat in your reserved first class seat.
  • Alan P.
    Alan ParkerMarch 23, 2010
    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
  • Richard C.
    Richard CooperFebruary 19, 2011
    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
  • خالد ا.
    خالد الحقانSeptember 15, 2015
    Download the "train" application from App Store and sit outside and relax in the food and cafes venue while checking the time table of the trains.
  • Mariam A.
    Mariam Al-ThuwainiJuly 11, 2011
    Get to ur train before time to get a seat, specially between 5:00-7:30 trains, otherwise u'll end up standing next to the bathrooms the whole way
  • Stephen R.
    Stephen RogersOctober 24, 2012
    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.
  • Mick H.
    Not done it myself but sitting in Sloe Cafe Bar, the disabled toilets opposite seem to be a freeforall to every able bodied person. Guess they must sometimes be unlocked
  • carole m.
    carole mallettApril 18, 2013
    bustling and busy,expensive eats and even the loo costs 30p but you can get 2 for one in the loo's if you squish together through the turnstile! :)
  • Alan P.
    Alan ParkerMarch 14, 2013
    If you want to get from the main station to the tube quickly, there's another entrance from platforms 8-11. Avoid the crush on that big escalator!
  • Jojo
    JojoMay 5, 2013
    Every time that guy called Bilal is in the ticket booth at Platforms 8-11, expect nothing more than rudeness and a slow, shoddy service. Today, he got lippy with a poor commuter. I hope she complains
  • Andrew B.
    Andrew BarronFebruary 24, 2011
    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
  • Phil M.
    Phil MeachamNovember 18, 2011
    After readin the popular tip, I have to say how full the south is full of liam gallagher wanna be's we talk loud cos we're proud. You talk soft cos you have no identity.... Viva la north
  • Jeff B.
    Jeff BaarsMay 29, 2013
    The virgin first class lounge opens at 7am, so if you travel before that you have to get yourself a coffee from cafe Nero.
  • Gene J.
    Gene JohnsonJanuary 8, 2013
    Go to the M&S Simply Food for more and healthy food options, rather than the fast food options around you. Likely to be cheaper, too!
  • Matthew P.
    Matthew PopeFebruary 25, 2011
    Costa closes quite early (7/8pm) so be wary if you want a coffee! (although the Prem Inn across the road has one which should be open!)
  • Margaret
    MargaretMay 3, 2010
    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.
  • Michael N.
    Michael NolanApril 29, 2010
    Go right out the front entrance and head to the Bree Louise. Fantastic selection of beers to while away the time until your off-peak train. Read more
  • Samantha H.
    Samantha HJanuary 17, 2011
    Boris bikes are not obvious nr here and run out quickly. Download an app and check locations and availability as your train arrives
  • Kelly H.
    Kelly HardingNovember 21, 2012
    Remember to book mobility assistance, details can be found in the mobility assistant lounge. You can usually book upto 48.hours ahead. Don't struggle needlessly if you have disabilities!
  • Matt C.
    Matt ChurchillDecember 21, 2013
    Get the 14:05 to Tring on a Saturday to get to Watford for 14:30. Leaves you with plenty of time to get to the Vic.
  • Johnny M.
    Johnny MorrisMay 25, 2011
    Cafe Rouge is just outside the station entrance and is a much nicer place to wait for your train than anywhere else I've found
  • Tim J.
    Tim JabulaniApril 16, 2015
    Not enough sitting spots within the station, but that's understandable considering it's size. Head to the square and enjoy some good food if your train isn't due for hours.
  • John A.
    John AntosOctober 17, 2014
    Ugly but functional station, especially when compared with Kings Cross and St Pancras a few minutes walk up Euston street.
  • Nick F.
    Nick FieldJuly 29, 2011
    Left luggage is a handy thing to use if you have to check out hotel early and catch a late train. Reasonable £ per item.
  • Alan P.
    Alan ParkerMarch 18, 2010
    The Brittania's not bad for a quick pint, but the Harry Ramsden's is better for food - there's also a Nando's just outside as well
  • Mike R.
    Mike RussellDecember 7, 2010
    The Virign Trains First Class Lounge is a nice touch but it does get busy at times and only soft drinks are free.
  • John H.
    John HowarthJuly 25, 2011
    Straight out of the front doors on Euston Road lies a fantastic Craft Beer bar, The Euston Tap. A must visit...
  • Zoë D.
    Zoë DawesOctober 12, 2012
    Good sandwiches, fresh fruit & smoothies to takeaway at Marks & Spencer. Crisp croissants at Delice de France
  • Shannon M.
    Shannon MoranMay 18, 2012
    Price shop when it comes to drinks. A bottle of water will be 2.50£ in one shop and the next it will be 1£ for the same bottle
  • 👊Nicky G.
    Krispy Kreme Dougnuts, OMG absolutely amazing. Outside in between West Cornwall Pasty Co. and adokado. Deffo worth a try.
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