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Waterloo Station

Had a day on my own in London yesterday so, as it was a beautiful warm day, decided to take the tourist boat down to Greenwich. First stop was Waterloo Station and here I discovered they had added a new second-level balcony overlooking the main concourse. All very modern in brushed steel and glass, but not particularly commensurate with the ancient Victorian surroundings I have to say. When you are up there you also get a close up view of all the dusty main building infra-structure covered…

Ticket collectors at Waterloo station, about Women ticket collectors on the London & South Western Railway, at Waterloo station, abou. London History, British History, American History, Native American, Vintage Photos Women, Vintage Photographs, Vintage London, Old London, World War One

Image of ticket collectors at waterloo station, about 1916. by Science & Society Picture Library

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Waterloo station, 1964 - Photos - Our collection Vintage London, Old London, East End London, South London, West London, London City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos

Wonderful 20th Century Pictures of Waterloo Station - Flashbak

Built in 1848, Waterloo is Britain's busiest station.

Waterloo Station, York Road, Lambeth, Greater London 1962-1964 Photographer John Gay Vintage London, Old London, London City, East End London, South London, London History, British History, Diesel, Waterloo Station

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Waterloo Station, York Road, Lambeth, London, The exterior of Waterloo Station with horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground. The station dates from 1853 but the buildings seen here were demolished and the whole station re-built between 1900 and London History, British History, Local History, Family History, Vintage London, Old London, London City, Old Pictures, Old Photos

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Train stations and the people in them. The beautiful and dearly missed Penn Station, NYC, Source At a Dutch trai. Vintage London, Old London, East London, London History, British History, London Overground, Waterloo Station, London Places, London Photos

At the Station

Train stations and the people in them. The beautiful and dearly missed Penn Station, NYC, 1962. Source At a Dutch train station, undated. Source Uncaptioned. Source Princess Margaret is greeted on her return to London after holidays in Scotland, 1955. Source The last train to depart from Harcourt Street Station, Dublin, 1958. Source A unnamed train station without a date. Source Fourth of July crowds at Penn Station, NYC, 1946. Source A girl on a bench at a station, 1943. Source A busy…

Waterloo Station. 1966 Vintage London, Old London, Waterloo Station, Scotland History, Old Train Station, East End London, London Landmarks, London History, London Photos

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BR Class 404 4COR EMU 3161, London Waterloo, October 1971 Electric Locomotive, Diesel Locomotive, Uk Rail, Waterloo Station, Southern Railways, Electric Train, British Rail, Train Pictures, Great Western

BR Class 404 4COR EMU 3161, London Waterloo, October 1971

Familiar story of taking things for granted. These classic Southern Railway units were so commonplace that one never gave them a second look - nor wasted film on them! This rather indifferent view was probably taken more for that Warship in the background than the unit itself. Within a few months, however, these units (like the Warships) had disappeared and, too late, I wished I'd taken more notice of them.

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of Waterloo Station, London London History, Local History, British History, Vintage London, Old London, Waterloo Station, Southern Railways, A Moment In Time, Old Pictures

Postcards of the Past - Vintage Postcards of Waterloo Station, London

Some old postcards and some random information about London's Waterloo Station

Every day, from the late to the early the London Necropolis Railway ferried corpses from a purpose-built station near Waterloo directly to the Brookwood Cemetery in Surrey. London History, Local History, Modern History, 19th Century London, Waterloo Station, Disused Stations, The Last Laugh, Unexplained Phenomena, Southern Railways

London Necropolis Station at Waterloo opened 13th November 1854 was badly damaged by bombs 11th April 1941 and never used again. This railway was used to transport the dead to Brookwood Cemetery in Surrey due to overcrowded cemeteries in London. The bodies would be transported at night.

Winsdor Bar Waterloo Station, now Foyles bookshop Vintage London, Old London, London Must See, Waterloo Station, English Heritage, Greater London, Image Caption, London Photos, Old Photos

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Results of conducting a search of the ViewFinder database of historic photographs of England. Local History, British History, Waterloo Station, Train Stations, English Heritage, London Transport, Greater London, Old London, London Photos

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Looking past a shop window on the concourse at Waterloo Station towards a shoeshine man cleaning the shoes of a seated City gent who is reading his newspaper Local History, British History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Waterloo Station, East End London, Shops, Seen, Greater London

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