Your Guide to Using the Tube in London
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Explore 13 abandoned stations and silent, disused platforms of the London Underground aka the Tube, including Down Street, Aldwych, Brompton Road and more.
150 years of the London underground – in pictures
See historic photographs charting the changing face of London's underground network, from its launch 150 years ago to date
51,000 books, 27,000 phones, 12,000 umbrellas, several thousand
Last year 246,241 items were haded in at the TfL lost property office, of which roughly 52,000 were reunited with their rightful owners. They included all of the above, as well as sets of keys, pills and other medication, purses, wallets, cameras, cash, iPads, food and children's toys, all of which have been found on the Tube, the buses or in a black London cab.