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Five drawings on one sheet showing inside elevation of entrance doors, elevation of north wall staircase hall at platform level, entrance elevation of entrance doors and plans.

07 February 1921

Four drawings on one sheet. Three sections showing Public Announcement Box and one drawing of a general plan of Waterloo Station showing positioning of Box.

30 September 1940

Six drawings on one sheet. Three drawings of elevations of fencing, one general plan and two drawings of standard cross sections of posts.

April 1926

7 drawings on one sheet showing details of corridor adjoining board room - section at AA, cross section, longitudinal section, plan of directors room, elevation of board door in corridor at B, details of casements cill and detail of balcony and general plan of board room corridor

08 January 1885

Two drawings on one sheet. First drawing is a general plan of the air raid shelter showing rooms A-R over two floors. Second drawing is of section of the air raid shelter at A-A. Two tables of figures also included showing capacity of persons per room.

02 April 1940

One drawing on one sheet. General plan showing arches to be repaired sue to air raid damage in 1941 hatched black and red.

June 1941

Four drawings showing side elevations and front elevations of lamps at main approach and at main entrance, Waterloo Station.

12 December 1921

Four drawings on one sheet showing elevations and plans.

02 April 1883

Drawing is of the main entrance to Waterloo Station known as the Victory Arch. The drawing shows the design for the arch including people in the foreground. Signed by J R Scott

1921-1922

Elevation to Concourse - this shows the indicator in detail, it is annotated. There is a layout plan between platform 12 and 13. Stamped Eng. Estate Committee Chairman

11 January 1938

Drawing is a colour architect impression of Waterloo Station in London by JGL Poulson Architect. The drawing shows an interior of the station from floor to ceiling with people inside. Drawing shows advertisement for Martini. There are several shops shown including WH Smiths, a chemist, Empire and Bewlay Pipes. A buffet is shown as are telephones and stairs. Drawing is signed by Frank Booth.

[1964]

Drawing is an architect impression of proposed exterior station buildings for Waterloo Station by JGL Poulson Architect. The drawing shows a Waterloo Station building next to a busy road with cars, buses and many people. Drawing is signed by Frank Booth.

[1964]

Drawing is an architect impression of Waterloo Station in London by JGL Poulson Architect. The drawing shows an interior of the station with waiting room, telephones and entrances to platforms.

[1964]

Drawing is an architect impression of Waterloo Station in London by JGL Poulson Architect. The drawing shows an interior of the station from floor to ceiling with people inside. Drawing includes advertisements for the United States, Brighton, L'Opera Paris and Sabena Boeing International. Drawing includes details for shops including Maynard and a tobacconist. Drawing also shows ticket office and left luggage. Stairs to platform are also shown. Drawing is signed by Frank Booth.

[1964]

Drawing is an architect impression of proposed exterior station buildings for Waterloo Station by JGL Poulson Architect. The drawing shows a Waterloo Station building next to a busy road with cars, buses and many people. Blossom trees drawn along road side. Covered bridge for pedestrians also shown leading from one of the station buildings. Drawing is signed by Frank Booth.

[1964]

Drawing showing panel.

13 March 1922

One drawing on one sheet. General plan of Waterloo Station showing a walking route marked in red ink from Photo Printing room to B.H.Q. Public Shelters and Staff Shelters are also noted.

11 June 1941

Two drawings on one sheet. Both drawings are elevations of new offices facing York Road.

08 January 1885

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