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London St Pancras Station celebrates the coronation

To celebrate King Charles’ Coronation, London station St. Pancras station has been transformed with decorations and more.

The station, which is Kent’s main station for high-speed trainlines, has strong connection with The Royal Family who regularly travel by train from and to the station (the station was also opened by the late Queen Elizabeth II).

St Pancras has been transformed with abundant bunting hung across The Arcade and around the stations Circle area. Views of the glass Barlow Shed and Tracey Emin’s artwork “I want my time with you” have been transformed by the presence of the bunting.

On top of that the station also have the famous piano from Sir Elton John that people all over the world come to play live. Members of the public will be encouraged to come to the piano and play from an exclusive list of Coronation songs in the lead up to the main day!

 With shopping fit for a King, St. Pancras International is the only travel retail destination to count three Royal Warrant holders as tenants including Fortnum & Mason, Myoses Stevens and Hatchards. On offer are exclusive, handmade limited-edition bouquets from Moyses Stevens, Coronation confectionary from Fortnum & Mason and books about King Charles III and the wider Royal Family from London’s oldest book shop Hatchards.

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