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See Inside the Abandoned Train Stations of London’s Underground Metro

The tour started at Piccadilly Circus station in central London. The station has seven street entrances, where commuters descend a small flight of stairs to reach the main ticket hall.

One of the entrances to Piccadilly Circus station, London.

One of the entrances to Piccadilly Circus station, London.

Abby Wallace/Insider.


The tunnels are 16.6 feet wide and stretch for over a mile underground. The shelter was later sold to the body responsible for London’s transport network, Transport for London, for £1 and leased to the transport museum for tours.

Inside the deep level shelter at Clapham South station, London.

Inside the deep level shelter at Clapham South station, London.

Abby Wallace/Insider.


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