Railway Operations during the Olympics: Waterloo
|Most main transport centres had an Olympic information point staffed by helpful and cheerful volunteers. This is the one on the concourse at Waterloo on 11th August.|
|Support for Team GB from a Class 450 on the Hounslow service!|
|Destinations on passenger information displays and been amended to match Olympics designations, as seen at Waterloo on 8th August.|
|The magenta Olympics signage became a familiar sight throughout London, and an example is seen here in the subway below the platforms. When were trains "to Portland" last advertised at Waterloo?|
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