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    The Google doodle for today is the150th anniversary of the London underground,one of the links they give is this one

    http://www.abandonedstations.org.uk/

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    Great link, I didn't know this site existed - thanks!

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    Thanks, interesting link. I sometimes would glimpse a disused station as the tube went through it when I lived in London. Would love to go & look!

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    The underground has always fascinated me since a kid.
    Love to see disused lines.
    Thanks for the link! :)
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    Sorry to reply to an old thread but I couldn't resist as that was the site brought me here in the first place!!!

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