The Left Luggage service at London Euston station is a convenient option for travellers who need to store their baggage while they explore the city.
Please be advised that there are no self-storage lockers available at Euston Station. If you need to store your luggage, you can use Excess Baggage Co., which offers storage facilities. The cost of keeping your luggage for 3 hours is £7.50*, and the price for 24 hours is £12.50*.
The service is located in the main concourse and is open during station hours.
Passengers can store their bags for a short or long period, depending on their needs.
The service is secure, and the staff can assist you with any questions or concerns.
The baggage will be stored in a safe and secure location.
It will be accessible to passengers at any time during service hours.
The left luggage service is also equipped with CCTV surveillance, ensuring the safety of your belongings.
This service is ideal for travellers who need to store their bags while they explore the city or for those who have an early-morning or late-night train.
It offers a convenient solution to the hassle of carrying heavy bags around the city.
You can leave luggage at Excess Baggage Co.
Monday to Sunday 7:00 – 23:00
Contact Us: +44 (0)20 3468 4670 or email@example.com
Where is it? You find it at the top of the ramp to platforms 16 to 18.
Platform (Track) 16-18
*All prices are subject to change without notice and are not guaranteed.
- Mobility Assistance Reception
- London Euston Touch Screens
- Left luggage
- Photo booths
- London Euston Bike Rack
- Euston’s taxi rank
- Euston Customer Lounge
- London Euston Station Toilets
- Ticket Machines
- Euston Station Map
- London Euston Lifts
- Euston Station Royal Mail Postbox
- Cash and Bureau De Change
- London Euston Escalators
- Rehydration Point
- Change Machine
- London Euston Payphones
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