Escape With Stunning Landscape Photography In Waterloo Station

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Escape With Stunning Landscape Photography In Waterloo Station
The Brighton pavilion all lit up with a light show. Copyright Simon Anderson.

Waterloo station is normally all about rushing from train to underground and vice versa. But stop to look up, and you're in for a treat.

A hazy winter sunrise over a mill in Suffolk. Copyright Gary Horner.

The mezzanine is once again playing host to a collection of stunning landscape photography taken from across the UK.

The Queensferry crossing in Fife during construction. Copyright Dave Stewart.

From seas to forests, Scotland to the south coast, there are beautiful views across the country. Maybe you're even on your way to one of these destinations.

Then waves look like a figure is rising from them. Copyright Rachel Talibart.

This is an exhibition we look forward to every year and judging from the calibre of the photographs we've seen so far, it's set to be another stunner.

An idyllic English countryside shot from the New Forest. Copyright Mik Dogherty.

This is the 10th year of the exhibition and features 153 of the winning and commended entries. You'll almost wish your train had been delayed.

'Black rain' in the Isle of Skye. Copyright Dietmar Herzog.

Landscape Photographer of the Year is on the mezzanine at Waterloo station until 5 February. It then moves to London Bridge station from 20 February to 11 March. All images are free to view.

Last Updated 13 February 2017