Waterloo Station - a history of London's busiest terminus
Very readable history of Waterloo station, from its precursor out at Nine Elms, its considerable expansion in the late 19th century and the first Eurostar terminal, up to the present day.
Also covered are the story of the Necropolis Railway, what happened to Waterloo during two World Wars and the Waterloo and City Line.
Hardly encyclopedic, but does still contain a huge amount of information, put across in a style which makes reading it a pleasure, notably the 'snippets".
160 pages, numerous B&W and colour photographs and drawings.Paperback