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A taxi driver's guide to London St Pancras

Flying is so passé. Now you can just get the train to and from Europe. But what happens when you arrive and can’t find a St Pancras taxi? You turn to Addison Lee that’s what. Our luxury minicabs are affordable, comfortable and reliable. Costing up to 30% less than a black cab, why choose anyone else? There’s simply no denying the jaw dropping beauty of St. Pancras Station. Designed by Lewis Cubitt (who has a nearby square named after him), the station was opened in 1868 and is widely considered to be a marvel of Victorian engineering. Together with the adjacent Midland Grand Hotel (now the Renaissance), it formed part of a double act of unrivalled beauty. And while a lot of what’s great about this remarkable train station remains under its roof, we’re not averse to jumping in a St. Pancras taxi to scout out the local area too. Located in the heart of London – in the borough of Camden – St. Pancras is so much more than the sister station of King’s Cross. Just ask anyone on their way to Derby, Nottingham or Leicester. But of course, that’s just in England. Because as you may already know, St. Pancras station is also home to the Eurostar. Meaning you can catch a luxury, high speed train from Camden to Paris or Brussels in just over two hours. Should you decide to stay and hang around a while (we recommend you do), the British Library and the buzzy restaurants of Granary Square are both next door and well worth a visit. Or you could even hop down to Soho, which is but a short St Pancras taxi ride away. Put another way, from here just about anywhere’s your oyster.

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