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The Aldwych tube station, which has been closed to passengers since the early 1990s, reopened to eager eyes over the weekend thanks to tours given by theLondon Transport Museum (future tours are already sold out.) Lucky guests got a chance to see first hand the station that was home to storage for the National Gallery during World War I and to the Elgin marbles during the Blitz.

The station, originally called Strand, was also the setting for scenes from various films, including “V for Vendetta” and “Atonement.”

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    Definitely putting this on our “must visit” list for our next trip to London!
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