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National Rail trains are operated by Thameslink and Southeastern, with northbound trains running to Luton and southbound to Sutton, Orpington and Sevenoaks, via London St. East Midlands Trains express services from Nottingham, Sheffield and Leicester pass through but do not stop.
Ticket barriers control access to both London Underground and National Rail platforms.
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Located in the Borough of Camden, Kentish Town sits to the north of Camden, south of Gospel Oak and east of Hampstead. Up until the arrival of the railway in the 19th Century, Kentish Town ha a fairly quiet history.
The first station was opened by the Midland Railway in 1868 on the extension to its new London terminal at St Pancras.
Prior to that, Midland Railway trains used the London and North Western Railway lines to Euston or the Great Northern Railway lines to King's Cross. Pancras extension was complete, and for some time afterwards, some trains exchanged the locomotive at Kentish Town for one fitted with condensing apparatus and continued to Moorgate station, then named Moorgate Street station.
Look no further than Kentish Town, a once shabby pocket of North West London now considered to be a hugely underrated hotspot for food and cocktail lovers in London, as well as home to pretty period houses and great transport links.
The recent additions of bars such as Ladies and Gentlemen (in an old Victorian toilet no less), as well as the continued existence of various excellent gastropubs and restaurants beloved by renowned food critics, have pushed up the profile of the area in the last decade, but there’s more to NW5 than just good dinner options.