As busy commuters made their way to work this morning, one corner of Waterloo station stood still - during a romantic marriage proposal.Read the full story ›
The key role played by women in building London's Waterloo Bridge during the Second World War will be officially recognised today.
The Grade II* listed bridge which spans the Thames has been relisted on the National Heritage List to include information on the role played by women in its construction from 1937 to 1945.
Princess Anne will take part in re-enactment of the Prince Regent receiving news Britain had defeated French emperor Napoleon at Waterloo.Read the full story ›
A mother who lost precious photos of her dead infant son when her tablet was stolen is appealing for them to be returned.Read the full story ›
A man has been charged with murder after he was arrested over the death of a man in Waterloo. Mark Dwayne Patten, 30 of Thornton Heath appears in custody at Camberwell Magistrates' Court on Monday 05 January charged murder of a 43-year-old man in Waterloo Road on Saturday January 3.
Whilst the victim has not yet been formally identified, detectives are satisfied he was Menelaos Aligizakis, 43.
Detectives continue to appeal for witnesses and information and urge anyone who can assist the investigation to call the incident room on 020 8721 4005 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Tens of thousands of commuters were left stranded tonight after lightning caused chaos at two of London’s busiest stations.Read the full story ›
Following a severe incident at Wimbledon this morning, it was necessary to significantly reduce the number of trains through Wimbledon while this incident was ongoing.
Trains and crew that were scheduled to work on trains around our network were not able to get on to these trains due to the disruption. This has had a further impact on our service recovery and spread the problem from our Suburban services to our Windsor services (Waterloo to Staines).
We have reinstated trains on each line of route with the exception of London Waterloo to Salisbury trains which will continue to start from Basingstoke in both directions until 1720.The 1720 London Waterloo - Exeter St Davids departure will be the first service to run its booked route.
Whilst we work to introduce services back into normal operation, customers may see further last minute alterations. Please check before you travel.
Disruption to all services on the South West Trains network can be expected until the end of service today.
Alternative travel options:Passengers may use First Capital Connect, First Great Western, Southern, London Buses, London Underground and London Trams services on all reasonable routes.
The first 'West of England' service to run normally from London will be the 17:20 London Waterloo to Exeter St Davids service #Wimbledon
National Rail says the delays are caused by a person having been hit by a train at Wimbledon earlier today. Although all lines have now reopened there are still delays of up to 40 minutes while services recover.
Alterations and cancellations to trains between London Waterloo and Staines are also occurring because of trains and train crew being out of place because of this earlier disruption.
In addition to the delays, trains between London Waterloo and Salisbury / Exeter are currently starting from and terminating at Basingstoke. The first train to run normally from London will be the 17:20 London Waterloo to Exeter St Davids service.
There are delays of up to an hour on South West Trains through Wimbledon after a person was hit by a train. Two out of four lines have been closed by the fatality.