Waterloo station, also known as London Waterloo, is a central London terminus on the National Rail network in the United Kingdom, located in the Waterloo area of the London Borough of Lambeth. It is connected to a London Underground station of the same name and is adjacent to Waterloo East station on the South Eastern main line.
The station has seen massive investment over the years, offering 19 platforms, a vast number of bars and restaurants and from 2019 The Office Group, TOG open a new centre by platform 19.
Startups and SME’s are now ditching the City in favour of Southbank and Waterloo office providers. The area has an abundance of bars, shops and restaurants and just a few minutes from the city on the Waterloo and City line.
Waterloo is home to MBS, we simply love the location and look forward to exploring this area with you!
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As a major hub of Waterloo is served by; The Waterloo and City Line, Bakerloo Line, Northern Line and Jubilee Lines.
The station is the terminus of the South Western main line to Weymouth via Southampton, the West of England main line to Exeter via Salisbury, the Portsmouth Direct line to Portsmouth Harbour and the Isle of Wight, and several commuter services around West and South West London, Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire. Many services stop at Clapham Junction and Woking.
There are regular river bus services between Canary Wharf Pier and Greenwich, London Bridge, Chelsea Harbour, Vauxhall, Embankment (opposite Waterloo) and Blackfriars piers.
There are almost too many buses to mention here, buses serve all the City locations including Holborn, Islington, Hackney, Oxford St, London Bridget, Peckham and Chelsea.
Escaping from the city couldn’t be easier with London City Airport under 30 minutes away, offering flights to many major European destinations, as well as easy access to New York .