This is King William Street station which was the first station to be closed. it was abandoned in 1899

This is King William Street station which was the first station to be closed. it was abandoned in Formerly the terminus of the City and South London Railway which ran from Stockwell to King William Street.

The long forgotten Fleet River, flowing underneath London.

Going underground: Mile after mile of ornate brickwork and labyrinthine tunnels which reveal the beauty of London's hidden River Fleet

13 Abandoned Stations & Disused Platforms of the London Underground | Urban Ghosts

13 Abandoned Stations & Disused Platforms of the London Underground

Explore 13 abandoned stations and silent, disused platforms of the London Underground aka the Tube, including Down Street, Aldwych, Brompton Road and more.

A maintenance worker walks to the platform from a tunnel on the Victoria line Underground railway on November 18, 2008 in London. Four million passengers use London Underground daily. 268 stations are served by the famous 'Tube' trains on 400 KM of track. The world's oldest underground railway is currently undergoing a multi billion pound investment programme to upgrade the track, signals and stations.

Hidden World Of The London Underground Night-Shift Worker

A maintenance worker walks to the platform from a tunnel on the Victoria line Underground railway on November 2008 in London

Abandoned London Underground: 10 (More) Derelict Tube Stations and Deserted Platforms

Abandoned London Underground: 10 (More) Derelict Tube Stations & Deserted Platforms

Abandoned London Underground: 10 (More) Derelict Tube Stations & Deserted Platforms - Urban Ghosts Media

A secret disused underground station was used by thousands of Londoners during the Blitz.. Aldwych Tube Station, one of London's closed underground stations, which included a platform stopped operating in 1914. The disused station which was used during the Blitz. The tracks were laid before the introduction of suicide pits common on tube lines today

Inside the 'ghost' Underground station used as air raid shelter during the Blitz and in filming for Atonement

Visitors were given a rare chance to see the disused station which was used during the Blitz. The tracks were laid before the introduction of suicide pits common on tube lines today

The fascinating history of the River Fleet/ Fleet Ditch/ Fleet Street/ Fleet Sewer "Even today there are stories of wild pigs living on its hidden shores" !!!

Going underground: Mile after mile of ornate brickwork and labyrinthine tunnels which reveal the beauty of London's hidden River Fleet

The fascinating history of the River Fleet/ Fleet Ditch/ Fleet Street/ Fleet Sewer "Even today there are stories of wild pigs living on its hidden shores" !

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