Streets in London, UK: Waterloo Road

London, UK, images; area, neighbourhood, street; South East London, SE1; Waterloo Road

Nearby streets: Upper Ground, Sion Street, Charlie Chaplin Walk, South Bank, Stamford Street, Goon Street, Queen’s Walk, Tension Way

Nearby places: IMAX cinema, National Theatre, BFI Southbank, Royal Festival Hall, King’s College

Nearest Underground Station: Waterloo Station

Streets in London, UK: View from Waterloo Road towards the Shard
Streets in London, UK: View from Waterloo Road towards the Shard
Advertisements

What bus to/from Westminster in London, UK?

London, UK, images; travel, tourism, commuting, living and working in London; public transport, Underground, overground, from a public information point in Westminster, bus stop, bus map, what bus to take to/from Westminster, best route, fastest route

Westminster in London, UK
Westminster in London, UK

“Route finder

Day buses including 24-hour services

Bus route – Towards

• Bus route 3: Crystal Palace – Regent Street

• Bus route 11 (24-hour service): Fulham Broadway – Liverpool Street

• Bus route 12 (24-hour service): Dulwich – Oxford Circus

• Bus route 24: Hampstead Heath – Pimlico

• Bus route 87: Aldwych – Wandsworth

• Bus route 88 (24-hour service): Camden Town – Clapham Common

• Bus route 148 (24-hour service): Camberwell Green – Shepherd’s Bush

• Bus route 159 (24-hour service): Marble Arch – Streatham

• Bus route 211: Hammersmith – Waterloo

• Bus route 453 (24-hour service): Deptford Bridge – Marylebone

Night buses – please see separate poster for details of Night buses from Westminster.”

“Destination finder

Destination – Bus

• Aldwych, for Covent Garden – 11, 87

• Baker Street Station, for Madame Tussaud’s – 453

Bank Station – 11

Belgrave Road – 24

Bond Street Station – 159

Bricklayer’s Arms – 453

Brixton Underground Station, Brixton railway station – 3, 159

• Camberwell Green – 12, 148

Camden Town Station – 24, 88

Charing Cross Road – 24

Chelsea, Old Town Hall – 11, 211

Chelsea, World’s End – 11

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital – 211

Clapham Common Station – 88

Clapham Junction Station – 87

Clapham North Station, for Clapham High Street – 88

Crystal Palace, Parade – 3

• Deptford Bridge – 453

Dulwich Library – 12

• Elephant & Castle Underground Station and train station – 3, 12, 453, 148

• Fleet Street – 11

Fulham Broadway Station – 11, 211

• Goodge Street Station – 24

Great Portland Street Station – 88, 453

• Hammersmith Station, Hammersmith Bus Station – 211

Hampstead Heath Station, South End Green – 24

Herne Hill Station – 3

Holland Park Station – 148

Horseferry Road, Millbank – 211

Hyde Park Corner Station – 148

• John Islip Street – 88

• Kennington, Oval Station [for Oval Cricket Ground] – 3, 159

Kennington Road – 3, 159

King’s Road – 11, 211

• Lambeth North Station – 12, 159, 453, 148

Lambeth Palace Road, St Thomas’ Hospital – 211

Lambeth Road – 3, 159

Lancaster Gate Station – 148

Lavender Hill – 87

Leicester Square Station – 24

Liverpool Street Station – 11

Lower Sloane Street, Royal Hospital Road – 11, 211

Ludgate Circus, for City Thameslink – 11

Ludgate Hill, Old Bailey – 11

24-hour service bus in London, UK: Bus route 11
24-hour service bus in London, UK: Bus route 11

Lupus Street – 24

• Marble Arch Station – 148, 159

Marsham Street – 88, 211

Marylebone Station – 453

Millbank – 3, 87

Millbank Pier – 87

• New Cross Station, and Bus Garage – 453

New Cross Gate Station – 453

New Kent Road, Rodney Place – 453

New Scotland Yard – 11, 24, 148, 211

Notting Hill Gate Station – 148

• Old Kent Road – 453

Oxford Circus Station – 12, 159, 453, 88

Oxford Street – 159

• Park Lane – 148

Peckham, Town Centre – 12

Peckham Rye Station – 12

Piccadilly Circus Station – 3, 12, 159, 453, 88

Pimlico Station – 24

Pimlico, Grosvenor Road – 24

Pimlico Road, Ebury Bridge Road – 11, 211

Portland Place – 88, 453

• Queensway Station – 148

• Regent Street – 3, 12, 159, 453, 88

Regent’s Park Station – 453

Royal Brompton Hospital – 211

• St Paul’s Cathedral – 11

Shepherd’s Bush Station, for Westfield – 148

Sloane Square Station – 11, 211

South Lambeth Road – 88

Stamford Bridge, Chelsea F.C. – 211

Stockwell Station – 88

Strand – 11, 87

Streatham Station, and Streatham Hill – 159

• Tate Britain – 87, 88

Tottenham Court Road Station – 24

Trafalgar Square, for Charing Cross Station – 3, 87, 11, 12, 159, 453, 24, 88

• Vauxhall Station – 87, 88

Victoria Station – 11, 24, 148, 211

Victoria Coach Station – 11, 211

Victoria Coach Station in London, UK
Victoria Coach Station in London, UK

• Walworth Road – 12, 148

Wandsworth, Wandsworth Plain – 87

Wandsworth Road Station – 87

Warren Street Station – 24, 88

Waterloo; Waterloo Underground Station, Waterloo railway station and Thames riverboat pier; for Southbank Arts Centre and Imax Cinema – 211

Westminster Bridge Road – 12, 159, 453, 148

Westminster Cathedral – 11, 24, 148, 211

Westminster City Hall – 11, 24, 148, 211

West Dulwich Station – 3

Wilton Road, Warwick Way – 24 ”

 

 

Bus route 148 from Elephant & Castle Station via Victoria to Portobello Road Market in London, UK

London, UK, images; travel, tourism, living and working in London; street markets by public transport from South East London; Portobello Road Market, antiques market, jewellery, souvenirs; West London, W11; bus route 148

Taking public transport to/from Portobello Road market from South East London
Taking public transport to/from Portobello Road Market from South East London 

• Bus route 148 (from Denmark Hill/Camberwell Green to Shepherd’s Bush Station): Denmark Hill/Camberwell Green (South East London) – East Street (East Street Market) – Elephant & Castle Station (Elephant & Castle Underground Station and train station) – St George’s Road/Imperial War Museum – Lambeth North Station – St Thomas’ Hospital – Parliament Square/Westminster Abbey (Underground Station and Thames riverboat pier) – Westminster Cathedral/Victoria Station – Hyde Park Corner Station – Marble Arch Station – Lancaster Gate Underground Station – Queensway Station – Notting Hill Gate Station (for Portobello Road Market) – Holland Park Station – Shepherd’s Bush Station (Underground Station and railway station)

Duck Island Cottage: Once a store for bicycles confiscated in St James’s Park, London, UK

London fun facts: Who designed St Paul’s Cathedral and when was it rebuilt?

A crocodile in St James’s Park, London?

London, UK, images; travel, tourism, living and working in London; green spaces, breathing spaces, royal parks, St James’s Park, Westminster; Duck Island Cottage

Duck Island Cottage, St James's Park, in April
Duck Island Cottage, St James’s Park, in April

Duck Island Cottage (from a public information point in St James’s Park):

“Duck Island Cottage • Swiss Chalet for a British Bird-Keeper”

Public information point in St James's Park, London: A brief history of Duck Island Cottage
Public information point in St James’s Park, London: A brief history of Duck Island Cottage

Seasons in London: St James’s Park Lake in summer

• “This pretty cottage was built in 1841 as the home of the Bird-Keeper in St James’s Park. It also had a club room for the Ornithological Society of London, which once helped to look after the park’s ducks and geese.”

Duck Island Cottage, St James's Park, viewed from across the lake
Duck Island Cottage, St James’s Park, viewed from across the lake

• “The design, like a Swiss chalet, was intended to be a contrast to the grand architecture of government buildings nearby.”

Duck Island Cottage, London: The adjoining vegetable patch in April
Duck Island Cottage, London: The adjoining vegetable patch in April

“Opened to the general public in 1826” – London’s Green Park

• “The cottage has been altered several times and its use has also changed. It was once a store for bicycles confiscated in the park but it is now used as offices.”

Public street map: How long does it take to walk to/from Victoria Station?

More than 1000 people living under one roof: The Strata, Elephant & Castle

 

British Museum bus in London, UK – direct route from Euston Station, St Pancras International and Waterloo Station

Once a marsh drained by King Henry VIII: St James’s Park

London, UK, images; travel, tourism, family outing, school classes – decisions, full English Breakfast, Afternoon and Cream Teas opposite the British Museum – Cream Tea or mummies from the Nile Valley in the British Museum?

Full English Breakfast and Afternoon and Cream Teas opposite the British Museum in London, UK
Full English Breakfast and Afternoon and Cream Teas opposite the British Museum in London, UK

• Bus route to the British Museum, bus route 59: King’s Cross Station – St Pancras International Station – British Library – Euston Station (Euston Underground Station/Euston Railway Station) – Russell Square Station – Southampton Row (alight here for the British Museum) – Holborn Station – Waterloo Station – Lambeth North Station – Kennington Road/Imperial War Museum – Brixton Station – Telford Avenue

• Bus route to the British Museum, bus 98: Willesden Bus Garage – Kilburn Road Station – Edgware Road Station – Marble Arch Station – Tottenham Court Road Station – Russell Square Underground Station

Catering for international tourists opposite the British Museum in London, UK
Catering for international tourists opposite the British Museum in London, UK

• Signs: “Full English Breakfast – Fish and Chips – Cream & Afternoon Teas”, ” Full English Breakfast – Fish & Chips – Traditional English food – Cream & Afternoon Tea – Also: Club Sandwiches & Bagels – Cakes, etc. – Translation menus available in: French – Spanish – Italian – Portuguese – German – Japanese – Korean – Chinese – Russian – Open 10am to 10pm”

“Strictly private” in London, UK

London, UK, images; entrances and doors, the Cradle Tower, a private water entrance for King Edward III (14th century) leading to his chambers

King Edward III's private water entrance at the Tower of London
King Edward III’s private water entrance at the Tower of London

Other interesting features at the Tower of London

The Queen’s House • The Jewel House (Crown Jewels) • The White Tower • Beauchamp Tower • Tower Green • The Bloody Tower (here were kept the two princes who mysteriously vanished in 1483) • Wakefield Tower • The ravens • Ceremony of the Keys • Yeoman Warders (Beefeaters)