is a major train station
located in the Waterloo district of London
, which was itself named after the Battle of Waterloo
. It forms part of a large transport complex, which includes:
The station is linked to the London Eye
by elevated walkways. Two matching footbridgess
cross the River Thames either side of the rail bridge from Waterloo East to Charing Cross station. The two footbridges were rebuilt in 2002. The bridges are both called the Hungerford footbridge (prior to 2002 there had been a single bridge on the eastern side of the rail bridge known by this name).