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Explore London's ghost tube stations and secret tunnels on a Hidden London tour

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kyra hanson

Whether you're a bit of a train nerd or just enjoy discovering rarely visited bits of London, you'll want to join the virtual queue on 22 and 23 November when the London Transport Museum is releasing more tickets for its hugely popular Hidden London tours. From bombproof bunkers to wildlife havens, the city's tube stations have had a myriad of uses over the years. There are six tours to choose from, including the lost tunnels of Euston station, Mayfair's Down Street station and Clapham South's subterranean shelter.

Tickets always sell out pretty swiftly, so it'll be fastest fingers first. But if you want to up your chances of nabbing yourself a spot, sign up to the London Transport Museum's newsletter by 11:59pm on Monday 21 November. They'll be sending out a priority booking link to all newsletter subscribers at 10am on Tuesday 22 November, giving you a 24-hour head start on everyone else. You're welcome.

Tickets for the London Transport Museum 'Hidden London' tours go on sale on Nov 23, with priority booking on November 22.

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