This is the southern terminus of the Euston (West Coast) Mainline and the London Overground service to Watford Junction.
The concourse is a rectangular area, wider from east to west than from north to south. The ticket sales area and Customer Reception are on the west side, whilst most of the refreshments outlets are on the east. Along the north edge of this rectangle is a broad corridor running east/west, stretching some way both east and west of the concourse.
The platform entrances, leaving the north side of this corridor, each serve several platforms as follows, listed from right to left as you face them:
The tracks travel north, away from the concourse, then bend left (west) as they leave the station.
Please note that platforms 1 and 16 are separate platforms, the remainder share islands.
There is step-free access throughout the concourse and to all platforms. We found no lift access to the upper level, however, there are two lifts between the concourse, taxi rank and Underground concourse.
There are step-free routes through the plaza and via the Drummond Street entrance.
We therefore believe this station is accessible to Guide Dog users, though the upper level is currently inaccessible to wheelchairs.
© 2010, Terry Robinson
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