Get there early with Eurostar

July 2007
Travel Weekly (UK);7/27/2007, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports on the new Eurostar train schedules being introduced where services move from Waterloo station to Saint Pancras allowing business travelers to reach the centers of Paris, France and Brussels, Belgium. A transitional timetable will run for the weeks between November 14 to December 9, 2007. The new 186mph line, called High Speed 1, will reduce at least 20 minutes off journey times.


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