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Euston Road

Euston Road is an important thoroughfare in central London. The road runs from west to east from Marylebone Road to Pentonville Road. It meets the northern end of Tottenham Court Road at a large junction where there is an underpass[?]. Traffic runs in three lanes in each direction. The road is commonly clogged with traffic throughout much of the day.

The road is on the edge of the London Congestion Charge zone. This means that road users are not charged for using the road itself, but are charged if they turn south into the zone. The road also approximately marks the edge of Zone 1 of the London Underground.

Kings Cross station is at the eastern end of the road, The British Library is nearby and Euston railway station is a little further to the west.

Tube stations on the Euston Road Ordered from West to East:



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