Waterloo Station is the UK’s largest station, originally built in 1848, covering an area of 24.5 acres. One of its most notable features is the Victory Arch, built of Portland Stone. This commemorates the London and South Western and the Southern Railway men who gave their lives in the First and Second World Wars.
Eurostar train services no longer call at Waterloo and the international part of Waterloo station is now closed. All Eurostar trains now run to and from St Pancras International Station.
Waterloo station is also a London Tube Underground station near the Waterloo railway station. It is the second busiest station on the network with 4 lines interchanging, the Bakerloo Line between Lambeth North and Embankment, the Jubilee Line between Westminster and Southwark, the Northern Line between Kennington and Embankment, and the Waterloo & City Line leading to Bank.