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Victoria Line (2011)

Formerly part of the Northern City Line running from Moorgate to Highbury and Islington, this was spliced by the Victoria Line in 1967, leaving about half a mile of disused Tube tunnels, complete with rusting third rail and mandatory pitch black claustrophobia inducing must. Where the tunnels are spliced, it's possible to watch the Victoria Line trains shoot by at 50mph, creating wind so strong you need to brace yourself against the side of the tunnel to stop yourself being blown over.

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Taken in December 1826