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One of London Transport Museum’s virtual activities, the Hidden London Hangouts series, has been launched during the COVID-19 lockdown to explore the more secret parts of London’s Underground network.
With five episodes released so far, each video ventures through a different part of London Underground’s many unused and redundant areas, usually off-limits to the general public.
Hosted by Alex Grundon, who has a keen interest in the Underground, his light-hearted informal commentary makes for easy watching while learning more about the London Underground.
The five episodes published and duration (at the time of writing this article) are:
To start watching the series now, please head over to London Transport Museum’s Youtube Channel here.
For more information or to see other activities available on the London Transport Museum’s website, please click here.
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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