Costa Coffee opens 3 new stores across London's St Pancras and Liverpool Street stations

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Commuters can pick up a coffee at one of Costa Coffee's three new train station spots.

Calling all London commuters, Costa Coffee has opened three new train station locations. Those travelling into the capital for work could get their coffee fix at one of three newly opened branches at two of the city's major stations.

Both London Liverpool Street and St Pancras have welcomed three branches of the coffee house this week as Costa joins some of the many other food and drink spots available at the two stations. While two locations opened at St Pancras, an additional spot has also been unveiled in London's Liverpool Street station.

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St Pancras' Costa additions include one venue on the station's Upper Grand Terrace by platforms 1-4, which offers a space to unwind in moments between journeys as well as a commuter-friendly kiosk by the Southeastern Rail platforms 11-13. 

London Liverpool Street's new location is also in a convenient spot for those travelling into the city. The station's new Costa has taken over a spot right by the main entrance to Liverpool Street's underground entrance.

The three new additions are not the coffee chain's only major station locations. Victoria and Paddington also host Costa Coffee branches. Londoners wanting to know their nearest spot can use Costa's store locator on its website.

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