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The tunnel still accesses Holborn station. A platform closed in 1914  was used as a store for the National Gallery during the 2nd World War. Aldwych Underground, London.

Inside the 'ghost' Underground station used as air raid shelter during the Blitz and in filming for Atonement

The tunnel still accesses Holborn station. A platform closed in 1914 was used as a store for the National Gallery during the 2nd World War. Aldwych Underground, London.

The Tyburn    This arch is where the Tyburn meets the Thames near Vauxhall Bridge. It was a small stream from South Hampstead, running through St John's Wood and Regent’s Park, Marylebone, Mayfair, before crossing Piccadilly, then Green Park and into the King's Scholars Pond sewer.    Vauxhall Bridge SW1  Tube: Vauxhall http://www.roehampton-online.com/About%20Us/Roehampton%20London.aspx?4231900

The Tyburn This arch is where the Tyburn meets the Thames near Vauxhall Bridge. It was a small stream from South Hampstead, running through St John's Wood and Regent’s Park, Marylebone, Mayfair, before crossing Piccadilly, then Green Park and into the King's Scholars Pond sewer. Vauxhall Bridge SW1 Tube: Vauxhall http://www.roehampton-online.com/About%20Us/Roehampton%20London.aspx?4231900

Sir Joseph Bazelgette 1819-91- Designed London's Sewer System

Sir Joseph Bazelgette 1819-91- Designed London's Sewer System

London’s lost rivers: the hidden history of the city’s buried waterways  Tom Bolton reveals the surprising stories behind the little-known rivers that still surge beneath the streets of London.

The fascinating hidden history of London's lost rivers

London’s lost rivers: the hidden history of the city’s buried waterways Tom Bolton reveals the surprising stories behind the little-known rivers that still surge beneath the streets of London.

Diamond Geezer!  Lost Rivers of London! storm drain, Victoria Tower Gardens

Diamond Geezer! Lost Rivers of London! storm drain, Victoria Tower Gardens

Outfall of The River Effra beside Vauxhall Bridge under the M16 building

Outfall of The River Effra beside Vauxhall Bridge under the M16 building

James Whatley likes to take photos of the London Underground when it's deserted, with surprisingly powerful results.

17 Atmospheric Pictures Of The London Underground With No-One Around

James Whatley likes to take photos of the London Underground when it's deserted, with surprisingly powerful results.

The Effra    Two branches of the Effra meet near Herne Hill railway station before it flows past Brockwell Park and Coldharbour Lane towards Kennington, reaching the Thames at the SIS (MI6) building on Vauxhall Bridge. The Effra still supplied Dulwich with ‘fresh’ water in 1860

The Effra Two branches of the Effra meet near Herne Hill railway station before it flows past Brockwell Park and Coldharbour Lane towards Kennington, reaching the Thames at the SIS (MI6) building on Vauxhall Bridge. The Effra still supplied Dulwich with ‘fresh’ water in 1860

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