This Railway Station is part of the National Rail Network. For train times and ticketing information, please visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Overground self service ticket machines are upstairs. Underground ticket machines are downstairs. You cannot purchase overground rail tickets downstairs with the ticket machines.
Excellent selection of coffee locations - a flat white & sausage muffin from Benugo make a great combination early in the morning.
Huge but well organized. Easy to find your way.
Do your best not to find yourself here at 5am. Freezing cold and nowhere to sit/lie down.
Nearest mainland station to the London Eye. Only a short walk to the South Bank
Large with plenty of shops. Make sure you have the right platform!
Too bloody busy
The gateway to London!
So busy in the mornings but good selection of shops and restaurants
Travelators are down until mid April so it's a longer walk through the station than normal!
Huge train station. very busy. You'll find access to the trains and Underground on the ground floor, and more restaurant based shops on the first floor.
Use the tube entrance at the Platform 14 end of the station. Has the most lines running through here
Centralissima stazione da cui partono i treni della Southwest, tra cui quello per Windsor & Eaton
There's a McDonalds at the bottom of the escalators!
Convenient for central London. Just walk over the bridge.
Large and very busy mostly. Keep your wits about you and keep moving!
It can gets you everywhere. And if you feel bored, can always visit Foyle's and read a book:)
To Southampton 🚝
Você chega de Paris, via Eurostar, por aqui. Agora enfrente Londres deliciosamente.
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Good selection of shops and eateries.
I love wasabi and pret-a-manger
Plenty of coffee shops and fast food/take away restaurants
Surely one of the busiest and most populated with shop of London stations
Big, food available. Long queue at ticket booth tho
Plenty of eateries within the station but it's very busy
All time busy station.
If you have a few minutes spend it to admire the architecture. You can even spot old stained glasses from the passage to Waterloo East.
The best public transportation
To Southampton 🚊
Don't bother with the tube if you're going across the river to Strand/Trafalgar Square. Take a walk through the South Bank and across the Hungerford bridge. It doesn't take much longer and it's free!
Off to Twickenham with Mr B 😀 Come on sarries
For Surrey leave from low number platforms, with local trains in a loop 'clockwise' back to the high number platforms. For Berkshire leave from high numbers with local journeys reversed
Want to view the departure boards, but don't like crowds? Escaping up to the retail balcony will give a good view of the boards, without the need to continuously dodge passers by.
Want to get to the London Eye? This is the station for you
So very busy, and so very large
No seats to have a rest.
Winner of European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 1994.
The larger M&S is shut for refurbishment until Spring 2015. Smaller version opposite platform 17 still open.
I left a 10p in their pot and got an extra fill at Starbucks
If I want to go to the toilet, does Waterloo Station really need to fleece me?
Perfect for out of city escapes to Guildford, Surrey :)
All 39 minutes past the hour trains to Southampton, Poole or Portsmouth stop at Clapham Junction but this isn't advertised.
:50 to Salisbury.
:00 to Portsmouth Harbour. :05 to Weymouth (semi fast via Christchurch). :20 to exeter st David's. :30 to Portsmouth Harbour. :35 to Weymouth (fast via Woking).
30p for the toilets
There are a number of places to dine or simply buy some drinks. If you are looking for a cheap place to buy some food or bottle drinks, there is M&S simply food or WhistleStop towards the platform 1.