Disused London Underground stations
A list of disused stations on the London Underground.
Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Aldwych Station, originally know as Strand Station was closed in 1994. The disused street level entrance can still be seen on The Strand.
Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom
Down Street is a London Underground station between Hyde Park Corner and Green Park on the Piccadilly line, it was closed in 1932 and later used as an air raid shelter.
Stockwell, London, United Kingdom
During the Second World War eight deep level shelters were built underneath stations on the Northern Line. The Stockwell shelter was completed in 1942 and was used as a public shelter for a year in 1944. The shelter is now used as document archiving warehouse.
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- Box Tunnel
A two mile long tunnel, built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel through Box Hill. Next to the eastern entrance of the tunnel you can see the remains of a branch from the main London to Bristol railway line which lead into the hillside into the Corsham Ammunitions Depot and terminated at a half-mile long underground railway station which was used during World War II.