A display of the winners of the annual Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have gone on display, in Waterloo railway station.


Supported by VisitBritain and Network Rail, the Landscape Photographer of the Year competition is the brainchild of Charlie Waite, one of today’s best-known landscape photographers. Up on the newish mezzanine floor, there is a long series of stand-alone boards, and easier to overlook, a number of photos mounted on the back wall as well.


Ranging from urban landscapes to classic country views, and a few railways, each photograph includes a short section of text explaining how the photo was taken.


The exhibition will run until Sunday 5th February — and is free, as it’s in the main concourse.

There are plans for the exhibitions to tour to other stations across the country between February and June next year.

A book accompanies the exhibition.



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