The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 72 (1994) > Issues > Issue 8 > Waterloo International Rail Terminal Trainshed Roof Structure
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Waterloo International Rail Terminal Trainshed Roof Structure

This paper sets out to describe the background to the design and construction of the new trainshed for Waterloo International, London’s gateway to Europe via the Channel Tunnel, and the first clear span terminus to be built in the capital since St Pancras in 1868. A.J. Hunt, A.C. Jones. M. Otlet and D.I. Dexter

Author(s): Hunt, A J;Jones, A C;Otlet, M;Dexter, D I

Keywords: waterloo international rail terminal, london;railway stations;roofs;long span;steel;sheds;analysis;connections;trusses;manufacturing;cladding;corrosion protection;paints;wind loads;hollow sections;loads;arches