Some inspiring shots of Waterloo station from this site.

In 1912.  Wonderful locomotives, and short trains.

In 1964.  Green electrics and looks like a rebuilt West Country 4-6-2 departing.

In 1971.  Blue-grey coaches and Warship diesels.  But note hoe the bomb-sites on the right are still not developed, with some seedy Lambeth terraced housing still standing in the otherwise empty areas.


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2 Responses to Waterloo

  1. Reblogged this on Part Time Spotter and commented:
    Some nice images here 🙂


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