Written on: 02/12/2009 by binio (53 reviews written)
London Waterloo is one of those station everyone has to see. It is located in center of London what makes it perfect if you visit London and want to get to its different parts.
Walking distance to London Eye, South bank makes it really convenient. Facilities as shops, toilets, showers are provided at the station and there is no problem in getting tickets ( apart peak times )… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2009 by erena (102 reviews written)
I use Watreloo station every day to go to work. I use the Jubilee Line and then the national rail from Waterloo to west London. It is very busy station, there are lots of coffee shops where you can get coffee or a quick bite for breakfast. There is also a Mark and Spencer store. It is well signposted and very clean. There is also toilet facility for which you have to pay 30p., and it's clean and well maintained.
The only inconvenience for me is that I enter the station at platforms 2-3, that… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/04/2009 by speakout (86 reviews written)
Waterloo train station is I think one of the largest in Europe and has an impressive 21 platforms serving the south and south west of England. The London underground and Waterloo East train station can also be accessed via Waterloo. Waterloo train station has in recent years gone through a modernisation programme consisting of installing electronic departure boards as well as a new automatic ticket barriers to ensure that most passengers are now fee paying! Yoy may will have seen the station… Read Full Review
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