You would have thought that an international terminus such as Waterloo would have a plentiful supply of machines dispensing GBP. But, you would be wrong. There are only 6 machines - 2 Natwest and 2 Lloyds TSB at the eastern, platform 1, end of the station; and two machines hidden inside a foreign exchange office next to the main entrance.
There are a number of cash points (often with shorter queues) in the Underground station entrances. The nearest ones to those opposite Platform 1 are near McDonalds towards the Jubilee Line Entrance. Also see Link ATM Network's website for a list of all cashpoint locations nationwide.
Waterloo Mainline Station
South West Trains operate services to Exeter, Portsmouth, Reading and many other places from this station.
Waterloo International Station
Eurostar trains originate from this station, and go to Brussels and Paris.
Waterloo East Station
This station is a through station for trains that originate from Charing Cross station. South Eastern Trains operate trains to Kent and the south coast via this station (Connex operated these routes prior to 9 November 2003). To avoid confusion with the main Waterloo station, platforms here are lettered, not numbered.
Waterloo Underground Station
(Charing + branch)
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