Ticket windows at King’s Cross to close after Easter
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But Transport for London says station will still be staffed between first and last train
Ticket windows at King’s cross St Pancras will permanently close after Easter.
Transport for London (TfL) say staff will move to the ticket hall and the station will continue to have people on duty between the fist and last train times.
A spokesman said: “After Easter, we will be carrying out improvement work at King’s Cross St. Pancras Tube station; this is part of our plans to modernise the Tube. “As a result, we are making changes to the ticket hall and the ticket windows will be permanently closed.
“We are moving our staff into the ticket hall where they can assist you more effectively; the station will continue to be staffed between the first and last train times.
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“The station now has improved ticket machines, offering guidance in 17 languages, making paying for travel easier; staff will be on hand to show you how much more these machines can do.”
Click here for more information about the changes to King’s Cross St Pancras.
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