10 Eery Photos Of London’s Disused Underground Stations

An amazing and creepy array of abandoned caverns underneath the capital.

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A blocked off passageway in Notting Hill Gate. Complete with 1950s advertising.

2.

The old eastbound platform at Wood Lane.

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Stone stairs at Aldwych Station.

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An abandoned escalator at a closed off part of Charing Cross Station. Kept in place for film crews.

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An old passageway at Angel Station.

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A tunnel at the old King William Street Station. Very creepy. Closed in 1900.

7.

An old lift shaft at South Kentish Town Station. Closed in 1924.

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A sealed off passageway at Moorgate Station. Strong suspicions that monsters are trapped inside.

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A door at the old Brompton Road Station and a reminder of the role the London Underground played during the Second World War.

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Original fitted urinals at York Road Station, closed in 1932.

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