( page 1 of 5 on Kings Cross in 2017 )
Virgin East Coast class 91128 in platform 0 at Kings Cross on the 2nd of September in 2017.
Kings Cross entrance in 2017
King's Cross station opened in 1852. Its on the Euston Road at the juction with York Way. Its is in the district of Kings Cross and the London Borough of Camden in London.
Kings Cross station is just to the east of St Pancras station, which is now the terminus for international Eurostar trains using High speed One which crosses the ECML just to the north of Kings Cross.
Four Virgin East Coast Tains in Kings Cross station on the 2nd of September in 2017
King's Cross and St. Pancras station now share the Kings Cross London Underground station which is under and between them both.
Virgin East Coast class 91110 "Battle of Britain Memorial Flight" in Kings Cross station on the 2nd of September in 2017
Kings Cross station is one of the main London stations. The station is in the North of London. Trains run from here to the North East via the East Coast Main Line (ECML) to towns like Huntingdon and Peterborough. Then on to Grantham and Newark, Doncaster, York and Durham to Newcastle. Then into Scotland to Edinburgh were trains can go to rest of Scotland including Glasgow and Aberdeen.
Trains at Kings Cross in 2017
Virgin East Coast took over over the running of the ECML main line train services that had been run by East Coast.
Great Northern took over from the First Capital Connect franchise with the local and commuter trains up the ECML to Huntingdon and Peterborough and also to Cambridge Ely and Kings Lynn.
Open Access operator Hull Trains also runs it trains from here as does another Open Access operator Grand Central with it services.
Kings Cross has in the last few years had a face lift with lots of work to tidy up the station and many new buildings have been built all around the station.