Hidden London – Euston Tunnels

When the Victoria line was built in the 60s a number of surplus pedestrian tunnels were taken out of service as the whole of Euston Station was rebuilt.  They are still used for storage and more recently have been opened for Hidden London Tours.  They lack the history of Down Street Station but provide a visual history of underground advertising in the 60s.

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I am on Twitter @MichaelWColman and My Instagram is michaelcolman.photography  or you might want to LIKE my Facebook page.   You could click FOLLOW for updates.

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