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This answer is assuming you have a through ticket from St. Pancras to your final destination in France/Belgium/Germany/whereever. I am not certain whether this also applies to a journey made up of two separate tickets unrelated to each other. For trains that operate within the European Union under the directive 95/18/EC (that is basically any train except ...


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This depends on how many tickets you have. If you have a ticket for the Eurostar and a separate ticket for the onward connection, you are on your own. You can try to ask nicely and you may get lucky, but you typically won’t. If you have a single ticket for the entire connection (i.e. you booked the entire trip in one go), you are entitled to transportation ...


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Yes, there is! For most people, head to the Eurostar information desk on the right of the departures area. For those with Carte Blanche or Business Premier, head to the information desk downstairs in the lounge by the entrance. Let the staff there know which train you are on that was delayed, and that you have onward connections. Give them your onward train ...



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