If I thought that the London tube is what I can see on a daily basis, here is proof that there are many fascinating stories behind its 150 year history. Have you known that there are around 40 stations which are no longer in use? Have you wondered how they look now? I hope that you will find the below videos as engaging as I have found them.
One of them is Aldwych Station, closed in 1994. Currently in use by film makers.
Another interesting one is Brompton Road Station which was closed in 1934, wherein during WW II there was an anti-aircraft control room.
When on the District line between the stations at Whitechapel and Aldgate East have you ever realised that you were passing another station in between. This one is St. Mary’s Station in East London which was destroyed and never rebuilt for public use after WW II.