Over on my Out of the Woods board, one of the members posted a link to a 1904 NY City subway station.

It reminded me of a really cool website that I had found years ago about the London Underground. It was fascinating stuff. I spent hours at this site. There is a wealth of info and some fantastic photos. Check it out…

Underground History – Disused Stations on London’s Underground

Enjoy!

Later…

~Eric

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About V. T. Eric Layton

vtel57, Nocturnal Slacker

4 responses »

  1. comhack says:

    Interesting…. gonna check it out.

    Thanks

  2. It’s neat stuff. You’ll like it. 🙂

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  4. lilbambi says:

    That is so cool! I love underground places like that, and caverns and historic places like the London Underground Railroad and Underground Atlanta!

    Thanks for getting me thinking about this again! I posted about the Underground Atlanta today on my blog:

    http://bambismusings.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/underground-atlanta/

    It’s a shame that it looks like you have to pay to see it now. I don’t think that was the case back in 1973 when I was there. But it did cost a lot of money to revitalize it and the City of Atlanta needed help to do it from private industry.

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