The Great Hall of the original station at Euston. As can be seen from these images this station was far too small for the major intercity hub the station had become by the time of this edifice's demolition in 1960.
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The Coronation Scot leaving Euston Station in London, It was an express passenger train of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway inaugurated in 1937 for the Coronation of King George VI, Photograph, June the 23rd, 1937
Euston hall, Euston Station, London was London's first railway station, it opened on this day 1837. The new Euston Station was described as 'mightier that the pyramids of Egypt' (not sure about that! This is how it looked when opened, unfortunately it was pulled down in the 60s to make way for a more modern station, I know which I prefer)
Railroad Postcard Real Photo L&NW Great Hall Euston Station London 1890s
Wikipedia: "The Caledonian Sleeper is a sleeper train service operated by First ScotRail and one of only two remaining sleeper services running on the railways of Great Britain, the other being the Night Riviera.It connects London Euston station and five Scottish termini – Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Fort William, Glasgow and Inverness – six times a week (departures are daily except for Saturday nights) and also serves a number of intermediate s...
A boy working for Wymans & Sons selling tobacco at Euston station, London, 1908. Passengers could buy tobacco, cigars or cigarettes on the platform as well as in station kiosks. At first smoking was banned on the railways but in 1868 an act was passed permitting smoking in carriages. At least one railway carriage of each class was a smoking carriage. These were marked on the outside with an S.