The Grade I-listed Barlow train shed was the largest single-span roof in the world when it opened in 1868. A century and a half later, it is still at the centre of St Pancras International station and, with a fully licensed Grand Terrace, it is also a unique wedding venue. On the Barlow’s light-filled Upper Concourse, Searcys St Pancras Grand is Europe’s longest champagne bar, and a fine place to launch a reception. Breakfasts can be taken in the art deco-style brasserie close by, before everyone comes together once more on the dance floor. The bride and groom can then make some memorable goodbyes – jumping on a Eurostar to the continent, or perhaps a private carriage to a destination of their choice.
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