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London's Abandoned Tube Stations

Lots of pics and info. A lot of the images are copyrighted so it's best i just give the link. Very easy to use site though and very interesting
http://www.abandonedstations.org.uk/

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I am already thinking about a few great horror film ideas.

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I am already thinking about a few great horror film ideas.
I'll star as the freak

I live here in London and use the tube all the time. The film 'An American Werewolf In London' had a scene filmed in Tottenham Court Road station on the Northern Line branch. I thought it was filmed in the abandoned Aldwych station, but no.

Anyway, thanks to the werewolf scene, I don't like that station when it's really quiet

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Och! I knew Aldwych featured in something!! It was the London Underground scene in '28 Weeks Later'

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Re: London's Abandoned Tube Stations

History in the Tubes is awesome, used to show you old stations and stuff but no longer do that as its a safety risk

althought the oppertunity did arise not to long go which sold for aprrox £3000 to go on a "private" tour would of been erie no doubt

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This is why I'll never go Down In the Tube Station At Midnight.

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Those would be great attraction for tourists Understand the safety risks it would pose though.

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History in the Tubes is awesome, used to show you old stations and stuff but no longer do that as its a safety risk

althought the oppertunity did arise not to long go which sold for aprrox £3000 to go on a "private" tour would of been erie no doubt
£3,000 for an 'underground' Underground tour Be ace though, I'd LOVE that!!!

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