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.

Tunnel - abandoned Aldwych tube station

The allure of abandoned Tube stations

The allure of abandoned Tube stations Magazine Monitor A collection of cultural artefacts The New Year's Day episode of Sherlock included a.

Aldwych Underground. 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.

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

Visitors have been able to take a tour of Aldwych Tube Station, one of London's closed Underground stations, including a climb down an old spiral emergency stairs and a walk along a platform which stopped operating in

abandoned London tube stations - St Mary's, opened 1884, closed 1938. It was used as an air raid shelter and bombed during WWII.

Inside an abandoned Tube station

abandoned London tube stations - St Mary's opened closed It was used as an air raid shelter and bombed during WWII.

This is the interior view of the exterior round placements in closed up walls. -- Once a fabulous window view.

The design of this window is really beautiful. "Art Deco Moon Window on the Russian Riviera in the abandoned Seagull hotel"

Creepy photos of this abandoned tube station in central London – and TfL are looking for a buyer, if you have a few million going spare...

In pictures: Down Street abandoned tube station – Now. Here. This. – Time Out London

Creepy photos of this abandoned tube station in central London – and TfL are looking for a buyer, if you have a few million going spare.

Long lost...Nice garden...I would be so ashamed if my garden looked like yours...

Abandoned VW bus that was once someone's traveling homestead, deep in the forests of Norway.

The oldest abandoned tube station is King William Street, which was closed in 1900 when the better appointed Bank station opened.

Time Out’s gallery of London’s disused / ghost tube stations and abandoned underground services. Read about London’s underground history and see pictures of disused stations such as Aldwych and the original Wood Lane station

an abandoned pants shop in london

George Moore Menswear at Myddleton Road, in Bowes Park. The shop is no longer open for business but the owner still lives above it.

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