Lost and Found: A Secret Underground journey
Time Out says
Posted: Fri Jun 21 2013
True, £20 to £30 is a hell of a fare. But ‘Lost and Found: A secret Underground journey’ is far from your average trip down the tube. For starters, the disused station only opens occasionally, typically for a series of rinky-dink (though no less fascinating) volunteer-led tours. Second, ‘Lost and Found’ takes the concept considerably further, immersing participants in an hour-long journey combining moving images, audio and interactive installations that bring the Grade II listed station to life.
Along the way, visitors will hear about forgotten characters, discover well-preserved architectural features and learn about the pioneering technology and engineering that have characterised the tube since the first gap was minded. Advance booking is required, but be warned: last year the tours sold out in a day.
This is a timed exhibition. Groups of 21 will be allowed in every 15 minutes, for a duration of 75 minutes.