Lines connected to: Circle line, Hammersmith & City line, Metropolitan line, Northern line, Piccadilly line, Victoria, national rail services and international rail services.
London 2012 significance: King's Cross is the main gateway to London from the north-east of the country, while St Pancras is a direct train from both Europe and Stratford International.
What is it doing to prepare? The Underground is, of course, covered in directions to different venues, but there is little to assist in either of the rail stations, other than signs to the Underground.
Which way to the Lee Valley? King's Cross information desk could not tell me and suggested I went across to St Pancras. Here, I was told I'd have to go across to Liverpool Street and get a train.
Will it cope? Two efficiently-run stations with countless entrances to the Underground, it may be a little confusing, but King's Cross St Pancras certainly has the capacity to deal with a lot of passengers.