Waterloo Bridge (1848-1882)
Opened on the Waterloo Extension (London and South Western Railway).
This is a major terminus in London. Officially it is known as London Waterloo.
The terminus is on the south bank of the River Thames, in the Borough of Lambeth. It is named for the nearby Waterloo Bridge.
It has 24 platforms and is the busiest station, when combined with Waterloo East and the underground platforms, not just in Britain but in Europe.
Construction of the station was piecemeal and for many years it was not intended to be a terminus.
In 1994 Waterloo International opened for Channel Tunnel (Eurotunnel) trains and in the process platforms 20 and 21 became part of its platforms 20 to 24. This was opened on the west side of the station. In 2018 these platgforms became part of the main station.
Waterloo [Baker Street and Waterloo Railway]
Waterloo [Charing Cross to Waterloo and Morden Extension (London Passenger Transport Board)]
Waterloo [Jubilee Line Extension (London Regional Transport)]
Waterloo [Waterloo and City Electric Railway]
Other railway and industry locations
Southwark continental Depot
Ewer Street locomotive depot
Metropolitan Signals Junction
Cannon Street locomotive depot
Borough Market Junction
Farringdon GN Goods
Houses of Parliament
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|