The Waterloo and Whitehall Railway- the tube line that never was- #London

The Waterloo and Whitehall Railway- the tube line that never was- #London

When the Duke of Northumberland stubbornly refused to release the land however, the LSWR were forced to decamp to the opposite side of the Thames, meaning that passengers wishing to visit Westminster or the City had to continue their journey on foot, crossing the river via either Waterloo or Hungerford Bridge- both of which demanded a

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