Movies Filmed at St. Pancras Station

St Pancras Chambers, London Borough of Camden, London, UK

St. Pancras Station was constructed by the Midland Railway in 1868 as the terminus of their only line into London. It was designed by William Henry Barlow with a single-span iron roof, the largest such roof at the time spanning 245 feet. In the early 2000s the platforms were extended with a new train shed to allow the station to accommodate the longer Eurostar trains coming in through the Chunnel. As soon as the station was complete, construction began on a hotel at the front of the station designed by architect George Gilbert Scott in a Italian gothic style with polychromatic brick materials. The hotel operated until 1935 when it was converted into offices, but it was eventually renovated and converted back into a hotel in 2011.

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St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London from Killing Eve and 4 other movies.
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King's Cross St. Pancras Underground Sta… from The Rook
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The Gilbert Scott Restaurant from Killing Eve
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St. Pancras Station

Monica arrives in London by train and is picked up by Conrad in episode 1x01 “Chapter 1”. Monica opens the encrypted drive in her hotel room and finds a listing of auctions for EVAs in episode 1x02 “Chapter 2”. Monica sees the £50,000 entry fee to the auction in episode 1x03 “Chapter 3”.