LONDON UNDERGROUND: Getting deep under the skin of the UK’s capital

London, UNITED KINGDOM VIJAY SHAH via Londonist   A major city, a former industrial metropolis, with a population of eight million, London has become famous for its high-rise buildings filling the air. The Shard, the Gherkin, the Walkie Talkie, it is a hangglider’s veritable nightmare. But less of a thought is given to the city’s growth in the opposite direction. Famed for its Underground trains, many of which run deep below the busy roads, homes, offices and tourist attractions of the city, London has plenty of other subterranean secrets too, as explored recently by local online magazine Londonist. The clay … Continue reading LONDON UNDERGROUND: Getting deep under the skin of the UK’s capital