Historical Tours of Waterloo Station

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Later this month there will be guided tours of the historic sites in and around Waterloo Station, organized by Network Rail.

The tours are conducted in the public areas of Waterloo Station and the surrounding areas, taking in the hidden bits of history, including the original Waterloo News cinema, the Battle of Waterloo Medallion, and the World War One and Two Memorial.

Organized by Network Rail, the tours are led by Blue Badge Tour guide, Rachel Kolsky, and provide an opportunity to see how today’s society has embraced the uniqueness of Waterloo through iconic film locations, luxury restaurants, retail units and contemporary graffiti art murals.

The tours last approximately 2 hours each and take place at 11 AM and 2:30 PM on the following dates:

  • Saturday April 30
  • Saturday 14 May

The tours cost £20 per person and must be pre-booked from here

Meet under the clock at Waterloo Station 15 minutes early for a quick start, and wear appropriate shoes and clothes for 2 hours of standing and walking. May not be suitable for children under 12 years of age.

Photos and videos are allowed.

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