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This is certainly a busy rail station, commuters everywhere, focused or lost all adding to the atmosphere of the place. A few shops and a lot of eateries and watering holes. Plenty of staff around and all willing to help although the very modern timetable...More
Wow! what a station its become as it use to have Eurostar at the far side of the station.That's now moved to Kings Cross station now.
Its has lots of shops M&S food & clothes, lush, WHSmiths, other outlets. Lots of cafes & places to...More
Did a bit of South West Trains trainspotting at Waterloo (formerly Waterloo International), London.
From Putney - tidy wee station with four lines running thru - arrived into Platform 14 & had enough time and space to take some pics of the adjacent platforms &...More
Although this station is quite historic, it still functions very well. Quite busy as a hub for the South Western Railway, plus Underground, plus buses. Plenty of food stalls to get a bite to eat. Station is kept clean. Take a few moments to admire...More
Well lit and spacious terminal near the London eye. I always enjoy going out of this station and prefer it over all other London train terminals. Many ticket kiosks but also very helpful personnel in a large ticket office. Trains are announced and posted electronically....More
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Oyster cards are available at most station, though I would advise that using either a daily travel card (if you will be using transport a lot), or using a chip & pin credit/debit card for less frequent use (this assures you... More
Oyster cards are available at most station, though I would advise that using either a daily travel card (if you will be using transport a lot), or using a chip & pin credit/debit card for less frequent use (this assures you that you pay the optimum fare).