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Aldwych station was originally opened in 1907 but a lack of travellers forced it to close down in 1994.
This tour will take you on a walk through the old ticket hall, abandoned platforms and even into some of the tunnels -- many of which are very rarely seen by the public.
You will also learn some of its interesting history, like when it acted as a bomb shelter during the Blitz, and played host to movie shoots for films such as Darkest Hour, Sherlock and Atonement.
Bear in mind that you will have to walk down 160 steps to reach the platform. There is no lift. You will also be required to wear appropriate footwear.
> Craig’s review of London Transport Museum – “I'm always a bit embarrassed when I come to the London Transport Museum because in my head I imagine that it's full of train spotters, so I tell people that I'm visiting the Imperial War Museum instead -- something a bit more manly. Because it's sort of the same, isn't it? Both places have got vehicles in them, except the ones at the Imperial War Museum have guns at t… continued”
Somerset House Historical Highlights – Every Thu and Sat – This tour has tales about Tudor intrigues and the extravagant entertainments laid on during Georgian times
Guided walk around Charles Dickens’ London – Every Fri – This guided walk will take you around some of the most memorable streets and locations that Charles Dickens used in his novels.
11 — London’s cheapest sightseeing bus – Every day – If you don't fancy spending money on an open-top sightseeing bus, then there's a cheaper alternative — the No 11 bus.
City Highlights: The Top 10 sights – Every Mon, Wed and Sun – A two-hour guided walk around the Square Mile, showing you some of the most famous historical sites and buildings in the City of London.
Mansion House: The Lord Mayor’s Residence – Every Tue – Look inside the Lord Mayor of London's official residence at Mansion House and see the interior courtyard and famous Egyptian Hall.
Guided tour of Wren’s best churches – Every Tue and Thu – This guided walk will look at the outside of St Pauls Cathedral and at a selection of Christopher Wren's finest City churches
Guided walk around Roman Londinium – Every Wed and Sat – Walk through the streets of Roman Londinium and see what remains of the old city walls, military fort and amphitheatre
Look for more sightseeing tours this month
If you enjoy London Transport Museum then you might like to visit Museum of London (walk it in 24 mins or catch the tube from Covent Garden to Barbican) and Science Museum (catch the train from Covent Garden to South Kensington)
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