Eurostar Zooms into a New Era

London's swanky new St. Pancras rail terminal is likely to convert more airport-weary travelers to the hassle-free, cross-Channel train service

Sometimes the best comes to those who wait. At least, that's the hope of London-based railroad company Eurostar, which operates trains back and forth from the British capital to Paris and Brussels. On Nov. 14, Eurostar finally inaugurated high-speed rail service all the way from London to the British coast, completing at last a project in the making since before the Channel tunnel opened in 1994.

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