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St. Pancras Station
Location:  London, England
Description:  This Victorian structure with a wrought-iron and glass roof serves London with the tunnel connection to Europe, as well as long distance and commuter trains, and it is also a major commercial center.
History:  The station was constructed in 1868 by the Midlands Railway company. As one of many London stations, it gradually fell into neglect. It was renovated during the 2000's, and revitalized as the terminal for Eurostar tunnel service to mainland Europe.
Transportation Connections:  Eurostar trains to Paris, Southeastern bullet commuter trains, long distance trains, subway (tube) and buses.
Commercial Spots:  St. Pancras Spa, Marks and Spencer department store, Searcys restaurant, Wine Pantry, Isle of Flowers, West Cornwall Pasty Company.
Public Art:  The Meeting Place Statue
Events:  Station Sessions music events
Photo source: © Wikipedia, Author: Przemyslaw Sakrajda