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Waterloo Station
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LocationLambeth
Local authorityLondon Borough of Lambeth
Managed byNetwork Rail
OwnerNetwork Rail
Number of platforms19
Fare zone1

London Underground annual entry and exit
200368.432 million[1]
200462.389 million[2]
200561.036 million[3]
200683.993 million[4]
200791.452 million[5]
200888.548 million[6]
200986.937 million[7]

1848Opened

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Waterloo Station is the busiest railway station in Britain in terms of passenger usage. It's a central London railway terminus and Underground complex. The building of the station, inaugured in 1922, is a Grade II listed heritage building. It is the terminus of railways from Surrey, Berkshire, Hampshire, South West England and the south-western suburbs of London. It has more plataforms and a greater floor area than any other station in the UK.

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