A Look Into The Boozy, Beery Past Of St Pancras Station

Robert Greene
By Robert Greene Last edited 9 months ago
A Look Into The Boozy, Beery Past Of St Pancras Station

St Pancras International is a behemoth on London's railway scene, welcoming up to 50 million passengers every year. But in time gone by, it was not always people who found themselves travelling in and out of this transport hub...

The station celebrates its 150th anniversary this year, having received its first ever delivery (an overnight mail train from Leeds) way back in 1868. But what was St Pancras originally used for? What changes has the station seen over the years? Find out more about St Pancras International's remarkable and rather boozy past.

Find out more about St Pancras International and its 150th anniversary celebrations via the website here.

Last Updated 26 January 2018