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Open to passengers since 1837, Euston station has grown into one of the most popular and the busiest stations in London. It is one of the 17 stations owned and maintained by Network Rail. It is located close to Central London and is only a few minutes away from St Pancras International station and Kings Cross Station. It is home to the Eurostar services that take you to France and Belgium. This is one main reason why tourists are most frequent at this station.
Euston has had an unpleasant history with respect to its architecture. However over the years it has been refurbished and set up to match the taste and convenience of its visitors. Major shopping areas around the station are the Marchmont Street and Tottenham Court Road. Railway station is directly connected to the Underground Tube and concourse from the station makes an easy access to the taxi stand. Different means of transport from Euston to Waterloo are available readily.
Waterloo station is another Network Rail station that acts as the terminus for train lines from Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire and the whole of South West England. Like Euston, Waterloo is also one of the busiest stations in London and handles almost 90 million passengers every year. The station is well built and has almost all facilities to make travel smooth for the passengers. Some of the key amenities of the station are payphones, restrooms, coffee shops and cash machines. The taxi rank is right outside the exit from platform one.
To travel from Euston to Waterloo station, minicabs and taxis can be hired easily just outside the station doorway. Hiring a minicab and taxi from Euston to Waterloo is easy, quick and very comfortable. Minicabs offer the pleasure of enjoying the beauty of London city with no hassles. Taxi drivers drive you across to your destination safely and at the right time. Another major advantage of taxis is that they offer ample space for your luggage. Minicabs and Taxis are undoubtedly the best way to get around the magnificent city of London.