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WATERLOO EXTENSION RAILWAY

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The Waterloo Extension Railway was authorised in 1845 from Clapham Junction to the south end of Waterloo Bridge, and opened in 1848. It had originally been authorised as part of the Richmond Railway of 1838, but the London and South Western Railway's terminus at Nine Elms was inadequate, and they convinced the Richmond Company to terminate their line at Clapham, and build the Clapham - Waterloo Extension themselves.

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