The mezzanine at Waterloo Station has been filled with photographs of railway footbridges -- as part of the Network Rail retrospective study.
Although occasional steam trains leave Waterloo, there hasn't been a regular service for over 50 years, until now.
In 1999, an artist was commissioned to help improve a subway leading from Waterloo Station. In 2019 the same artist protested about efforts to restore the art.
The recently reopened platforms at the former Waterloo International have also seen a new route into the London Underground ticket hall.
If you go up to the mezzanine at Waterloo Station, there's a display of landscape photography as part of an annual competition.
A revised set of plans for the rather ugly 1960s office block next to Waterloo station have been shown off, featuring a taping set of buildings and roof gardens.
An ever changing brick canvas is the hallmark of this famous railway arch that is now one of the top spots for street art and legal graffiti.
If you've ever felt that you're being stung when you pay for a ticket at Waterloo Station, it might be the legacy of the time there were bees on the roof.
Just under a decade after it closed to Eurostar trains, the former Waterloo International platforms come back into use this weekend.
The company that runs the South West Trains has lost the right to run the franchise, to a consortium including the Hong Kong metro operator.
A display of the winners of the annual Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have gone on display, in Waterloo railway station.
A dog stands still in the wet sand watching as a man stops to adjust his coat against the wind. Lush undergrowth in the forest lit by the early morning sun. Quiet calm fields in the foggy morning.