Abandoned tube station at Aldwych. Various parts of is station are maintained to a high specification as it is used for film shoots on a regular basis. Other parts (bottom image) were never finished or opened to passenger use even during Aldwych's years of operation, 1907-1994.

9 Ghost Stations and Abandoned Subways

Abandoned tube station at Aldwych. Various parts of is station are maintained to a high specification as it is used for film shoots on a regular basis. Other parts (bottom image) were never finished or opened to passenger use even during Aldwych's years of operation, 1907-1994.

13 Abandoned Stations & Disused Platforms of the London Underground

13 Abandoned Stations & Disused Platforms of the London Underground

Explore 13 abandoned stations and silent, disused platforms of the London Underground aka the Tube, including Down Street, Aldwych, Brompton Road and more.

The allure of abandoned Tube stations. Interesting little read, now I want to go and explore in the footsteps of Sherlock and John.

The allure of abandoned Tube stations

The allure of abandoned Tube stations. Interesting little read, now I want to go and explore in the footsteps of Sherlock and John.

The abandoned Aldwych Underground Station (Formerly Strand Underground Station), London, England

The abandoned Aldwych Underground Station (Formerly Strand Underground Station), London, England

People shelter and sleep on the platform and on the train tracks, in Aldwych Underground Station, London, after sirens sounded to warn of German bombing raids, on October 8, 1940. (AP Photo)

People shelter and sleep on the platform and on the train tracks, in Aldwych Underground Station, London, after sirens sounded to warn of German bombing raids, on October 8, 1940. (AP Photo)

London tube station opens for blitz tours / Aldwych station provided refuge to thousands of Britons who slept on the platforms and huddled on train tracks during the blitz. It is reopening for guided tours that offer a glimpse of the blitz experience.

London tube station opens for blitz tours

London tube station opens for blitz tours / Aldwych station provided refuge to thousands of Britons who slept on the platforms and huddled on train tracks during the blitz. It is reopening for guided tours that offer a glimpse of the blitz experience.

30th December 1941:  At Aldwych station, London Father Christmas hands down presents from the tree to children who regularily sheltered there with their families during WW II

Under London: Blitz experience tours of Aldwych Underground station

30th December 1941: At Aldwych station, London Father Christmas hands down presents from the tree to children who regularily sheltered there with their families during WW II

At a London Underground 'Tube' Station, probably Aldwych, people queue for tickets to reserve a bunk for the night. The gentleman issuing tickets is wearing an armband with the words 'Shelter Marshal Westminster'. This photograph was probably taken in November 1940.

At a London Underground 'Tube' Station, probably Aldwych, people queue for tickets to reserve a bunk for the night. The gentleman issuing tickets is wearing an armband with the words 'Shelter Marshal Westminster'. This photograph was probably taken in November 1940.

1940:  Members of the public being entertained by an ENSA concert party in Aldwych Underground Station

Under London: Blitz experience tours of Aldwych Underground station

1940: Members of the public being entertained by an ENSA concert party in Aldwych Underground Station

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