Going underground - London's disused tube stations
A gallery of images celebrating the history of the London Underground
As London’s underground roadmap is changing, with the building of 21km of twin-bore tunnels for the Crossrail network, Time Out takes a look back at parts of the underground transport infrastructure and subterranean spaces that have long gone. Words by Abigail Lelliott
Aldwych station today
The facade on the Strand today. The last paying passengers exited in 1994 but the station remains active as a film location, notably in 'Atonement', and for rare open days, when history enthusiasts and transport geeks can visit.