In photos: The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, Thurs 4th June, 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

It’s Britain’s busiest railway station, handling an astonishing 94 million passenger entries and exits every year, but yesterday the station was almost deserted during the evening rush hour, with more staff than passengers.

Here’s a selection of photos taken around 5.30pm on Thursday 4th June, 2020:

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

The eerie emptiness of Waterloo station in rush hour lockdown, 5.30pm, Thurs 4th June 2020

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