Waterloo Station platform upgrades seem now to be complete

Here’s what I said in my last report on the upgrade to Waterloo Station in May this year,

Since late 2015 I’ve been taking photos of the progress of the Waterloo Station redevelpment, from the same location, which, should you be interested, I’ve written about HERE. I take my photos from the mezzazine balcony overlooking what was the Eurostar terminal, now platforms 20 to 24.

Here’s my latest photo, taken on Tuesday this week. Seems that the platform redevelopment is now complete, just the lower level retail and restaurant area to complete.

Waterloo Station progress photo update

Since late 2015 I’ve been taking photos of the progress of the Waterloo Station redevelpment, from the same location, which, should you be interested, I’ve written about HERE.

I take my photos from the mezzazine balcony overlooking what was the Eurostar terminal, now platforms 20 to 24.

Here’s my latest photo, taken on Tuesday last week. As you can see, work in not yet complete on the staircases to the lower level that will eventually become a retail and restaurant area. Otherwise, it looking like the platform redevelopment is nearing completion.

Not politics, about Waterloo Station Upgrade instead

Enough about local politics, for the moment.

On our recent visit to London, I did what I always do, and that’s to take a photo, from the mezzanine balcony, of the redevelopment work at Waterloo Station.

The redevelopment has been going on for years, with my earliest photo of the work being in December 2015. Looks like the new platforms 20-24 are now in use. Looking at my photo, it appears that the pedestrian link bridge is not open at present.

There’s also much work to develop the lower level, known as the sunken Orchestra Pit, into a retail hub. Here’s my photo for you to inspect. All my previous photos and blog articles can be seen HERE.