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Saturday 3 July 2004 4.37am

Could someone help with a small favour please. Do you know of a website that shows the road names leeding to the 507 bus stop outside waterloo station.



Edited 1 times. Last edit at 3 July 2004 8.18am by James Hatts.
Saturday 3 July 2004 8.23am
Is Multimap any good to you? Enter SE1 and zoom into Waterloo. This will certainly show the streets around that area. Bus route maps should be here:

Edited 1 times. Last edit at 3 July 2004 8.26am by James Hatts.
Saturday 3 July 2004 8.24am
The bit where the 507 stops is either called the Cab Road or Station Approach.

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Edited 2 times. Last edit at 3 July 2004 8.34am by James Hatts.
Saturday 3 July 2004 9.14am
Thank you both for your help. The bus stop I mean is the one where the buses go under awnings first, the stop has a letter B on top of it and 20 mins parking is available on the other side of the same road. Also Waterloo main entrance up the steps is on the corner a few yards further along the same road on the left.
Lastly I am trying to work out if Cab Road on the map suggested. Is it Station Approach you drive along first then turn left into Cab Road.....

Thanks again

Saturday 3 July 2004 9.18am
Isn't it all changing. First linked to efforts to improve bus access, and then later when they do something to the big and ugly building between the station and the Thames - the one CABE is in. Elizabeth House. One for our Rabbie I think.

I can never find the stop and end up walking miles along York Road.
Saturday 3 July 2004 1.18pm
I can't see why anyone should care what any of the roads within Waterloo Station's one-way system are called. With the exception of Spur Road from Lower Marsh, none have any readily visible streetsigns!

Far simpler to describe any planned meet-up point in terms of which station exit you are going to be at.

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