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Do Not Alight Here: Walking London's Lost Underground and Railway Stations (Paperback)
  • Do Not Alight Here: Walking London's Lost Underground and Railway Stations (Paperback)

Do Not Alight Here: Walking London's Lost Underground and Railway Stations (Paperback)

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Paperback 142 Pages / Published: 05/12/2011
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Abandoned tunnels, derelict stations, old trackbeds and much more; all are included in "Do Not Alight Here", an entertaining and informative book that guides the reader through London's many remaining disused Underground and main line railway structures. They can be viewed in a series of 12 guided walks and short tube and train journeys, devised and investigated by the author, each of which takes in a sample of these forgotten and fascinating remains, with most of the entries illustrated with recently taken colour photographs.

Publisher: Capital Transport Publishing
ISBN: 9781854143525
Number of pages: 142
Dimensions: 177 x 111 x 10 mm

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“A fascinating read!”

The London Underground has held a special place in my heart since my first trip, never equalled by the Paris Metro or any other that I have travelled on since. As a young student in 1984 travelling from Inverness to a... More

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