Waterloo & City Line Walk – Day 1
Waterloo to Bank
The Waterloo & City line is the shortest line on the underground – by some way. It is less than two miles in length and has only two stops, Waterloo and Bank. Its purpose is to shuttle city workers who commute into London to their workplace in the City of London.
I chose to cross the Thames at Southwark Bridge as this is close to where the Waterloo & City line crosses the river on the tube map (although I’m told that the actual line crosses the river soon after leaving Waterloo). Crossing here also allowed a scenic walk on the South Bank.
Waterloo & City Line Walk – Summary
Walking this line will take you about an hour. As there are only two stations you can see the full map above.