London Waterloo station is a central London railway station and London underground station complex in the London Borough of Lambeth. It is one of 17 stations in Britain managed and operated by Network Rail
Waterloo Station is London’s busiest railway station by passenger usage. with over 98 million passengers entering and exiting the station per year. It has more platforms and the largest floor area than any other station in the United Kingdom.
Much of Waterloo’s traffic is local or suburban. All regular services are operated by South West Trains Adjacent is London Waterloo east railway station, which is managed and branded separately.
The main part of the railway station complex is known as “Waterloo Main” or simply Waterloo. This is the London terminus for services towards the south coast and the south-west of England. Waterloo has 19 terminal platforms in use, making it the joint biggest station in the UK in terms of platform numbers with London Victoria.
Adjacent to the main station is a through station called “Waterloo East”, the last stop on the South Eastern Main Line towards London before the terminus at Charing Cross. This has four platforms, known as A to D to avoid confusion with the numbered platforms in the main station. Waterloo East is managed and branded separately from the main station. Trains go to southeast London, Kent and parts of East Sussex. All regular services are operated by Southeastern.
Waterloo is served by the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo and City Lines by means of the underground station.
Our main point of contact is the entrance shown below which is outside the station reception on waterloo station cab road (Station Approach Rd) which is one-way (from Addington St) and goes around the station.
You will have also received a link to live track your driver and also contact details for the driver alongside his vehicle registration number, make model and color of vehicle for easy identification.