Waterloo Station is a major railway and underground station in London. The station is in central London and close to Lambeth and Southwark.
Waterloo Underground Station is on the Jubilee Line, the Bakerloo Line and the Northern Line. Railway trains are operated by South West Trains.
Waterloo Station is near many tourist attractions including The London Eye, The South Bank and County Hall. There are London hotels near Waterloo Station. Use the map to explore the area around Waterloo Station.
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This train station should surrender to crappiness! Holy Napoleon, I thought some of the stations in NYC were bad, but this was really bad.
I had to switch from Southeaster to South West trains here and the connection was long and climby and there was construction everywhere. The station is being worked on, so hopefully it will be nicer in the future because this is a major interchange and...more
How do I say this nicely.
Waterloo is... not my favourite station out there.
It's big, it's a giant maze, there always seems to be some construction going on and it can be crowded like crazy if you go at the wrong time.
It is a pretty station though. Some of the architecture as you walk around is great - massive with beautiful arches and the Waterloo Clock hanging above it all. A site to...more
I love the Waterloo station. I think it's one of my favorite mass transit stations in the world. We come through here once every few years, when we travel from my husband's hometown in the south to London to visit his friends.
I enjoy the crowds and the hustle and bustle and the vast expanse and the odd mix of natural and artificial lighting. I also appreciate the convenience of transferring...more
Big, can be very confusing if you walk out the wrong exit from the Tube platform. It's a train station connected to the Underground. Has a Marks & Spencer and a McDonald's inside, and is across the street from a Sainsbury's.more
Holy construction Batman! My hope is that the construction will eventually ease the amount of confused people standing and just looking around in a daze (tinged with a bit of desperation and panic) as commuters bob and weave around them. Until then, the construction just adds to the confusion and congestion. And I am so glad that there are Londoners that find this station confusing as...more