Where Can I Go with London Euston Railway Station
Ⅰ. Introduction of attractions near Euston
Trains from Euston Station lead to Manchester and Liverpool in the northwest of England and Glasgow in the west of Scotland. International trains to southwest France, Spain and Portugal also depart here.
1. British Museum
It is located in Great Russell Square on the north side of New Oxford Street, which is a comprehensive museum with a long history and a grand scale in the world. It houses many cultural relics and book treasures from all over the world. The richness and variety of collections are rare in museums all over the world. The British Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Louvre in Paris are listed as the world's three largest museums.
2. Tower Bridge
This is the first bridge counted from the Thames estuary in London, England (a total of 15 bridges were built on the Thames River), and it is also a symbol of London, known as "London's main gate". The bridge was built in 1886 and opened to the public on June 30, 1894, connecting the north and south of London as a whole.
Tower Bridge is a suspension bridge, originally a wooden bridge, later changed to a stone bridge, and now it is a cement structure bridge with 6 lanes. The bridge below London Tower Bridge can be opened. The two bridge foundations in the river are 7.6 meters high and 76 meters apart. There are two towering square main towers on the bridge foundation. They are square five-storey towers with granite and steel structure, 43.455 meters high, the two main towers are built with white marble roofs and five small minarets, which look like two crowns from a distance.
3. The Collegiate Church of St Peter at Westminster
Also known as Westminster Abbey and Westminster Abbey, it is the Royal Academy of England and one of the most beautiful churches in Europe. After the completion of Westminster Abbey, it became the venue for the coronation ceremony of the British King. It is a magnificent Gothic church, which occupies a pivotal position not only in the history of world architecture, but also in the long history of Britain in the past nine centuries. Many members of the British royal family, politicians, religious celebrities and famous poets are buried here.
4. Tower of London
The White Tower, which has the characteristics of Roman architectural style, is a huge building that affects the entire British architectural style. The Tower of London was built by William along the Thames to protect London and claim the place as his territory. The Tower of London is a very historic castle built around the White Tower and a symbol of royal power. London is a popular historical attraction in the British Isles, receiving 2.5 million visitors a year. One of the more attractive is the Treasure Hall, where a full set of imperial treasures are on display.
Ⅱ. London Euston railway station
Euston railway station (Euston railway station) is a railway station in the United Kingdom, located in the center of London, and also 17 stations managed and operated by Network Rail. Most trains from Euston Station are for the West Midlands, North West England, North Wales and parts of Scotland. Most long-distance trains depart from here to Birmingham, Manchester Piccadilly, Liverpool and Glasgow.
You can take trains to Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and other cities, as well as Cheshire and Stafordshire trains, Caledonian Sleeper Services also depart here, one class per day (stopped on Saturdays), reaching Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness, Fort William, Glasgow, Carlisle.