- London Bridge status March 2015
- London Bridge status February 2015
- Platform 0 at Redhill
- GB Railfreight Class 73/9s down south
- Snow & Ice Treatment Trains
- Crossrail Abbey Wood Progress
- Themed Hoarding Waterloo P21&22
- London Bridge After January 10th 2015
- London Bridge Prior to January 10th 2015
- Track Re-laying at Wimbledon 2015
- London Bridge Signal Box -
End of Whole Station Operation December 2014
- Former Cig MBSO at Edinburgh
- Waterloo Platforms 21 & 22 Open
- RVEL Ultra 73
- Loco Hauled De-icers 2013
- Refurbished GLV De-Icers: A Closer Look
- Refreshed GLV De-Icers Appear
- 73141 Named Twice!
- GLV De-Icers In Service
- GLV De-Icers Test Trips
Waterloo Platforms 21 & 22
photograph by "GB"
Whilst former Waterloo International platform 20 has been in use for some time, with access being gained from "domestic" platform 19, use of the remaining platforms has been difficult as they could only be accessed from the former Eurostar terminal beneath. However, platforms 21 and 22 can now be reached from the main concourse by stairs constructed over the low level former Eurostar concourse. This work has resulted in removal of the Terrance Cuneo statue. The first use of platform 22 was on October 22nd 2014 with the 07:39 from Reading and 18:35 to Reading being the first two passenger workings. Pictured above is 8014 at the country end of a train in platform 22 and 8025 at the country end of a train in platform 20 on the evening October 22nd.
Below are pictured the outer, main concourse, entrance - gated when not required, the stairs over the low level concourse and through the glass curtain wall to the ticket gates (photographs on December 10th by Colin Duff) and a view of the new structures taken from the mezzanine level on the evening of October 22nd (photograph by "GB").
| (below) Subsequently the hoardings either side of the entrance have been decorated with publicity for South West Trains and its destinations resembling (from the representation of ribbon glazing) the side of a driving motor car of a Class 458/5 unit converted from a Class 460. Pictured here on 25th February 2015.
photograph by Colin Duff