W171A The near desk is for the Irish ferry services, operated at the time by Sealink. Beyond is the general seats reservations and the general enquiries just visible at the end.
W171B Sleeper services were much more common in the 1950s. Note the old class structure of First and Third on the header baord behind the counter.
W171C Rather cramped accommodation. A stern looking supervisor in the mid-distance.
W171D Close up of operator and desk with silence cabinet. Surprising that the operator is using a handset rather than a headset which would have left her hands free.
W171E Traffic control desk with key and lamp unit and what looks like a Neophone combined desk telephone and bell set.
W171F Surely, this gent must be a supervisor with all that paperwork? The telephone installation looks like the traffic control desk in the previous picture. Is that a selective calling set on the left?
W171G It would appear that Euston station also handled bookings for British European Airways to judge by the literature. Note the huge office typewriter at the back.