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Derelict London

Derelict London

London has become a city of change. With its high rises, hipster cafes and even busier streets it is something to behold. With the novelty of change, however, comes the destruction of the old.

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Telephone box full of greenery, Archway
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The disused Down Street tube station.
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Carlton Cinema
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Derelict house on Coldharbour Lane, Brixton
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Marlborough Road tube station, closed in November 1939
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The abandoned Aldwych underground station.
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Abandoned signal box, Chorleywood
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The Lyle's Golden Syrup factory in West Silvertown
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Disused platform at Charing Cross station.
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Tay Wharf
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Derelict passageway on the Charing Cross to Embankment Northern line loop.
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Derelict factory. Sands End, London
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The abandonded Aldwych underground station.
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The derelict Brompton Road underground station (between Knightsbridge and South Kensington).
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Union Street abandoned tube.
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The abandoned Aldwych underground station.
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Abandoned South Kentish Town tube station.
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A disused tunnel at Angel underground station.
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Derelict buildings near Brick Lane
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Another derelict prefab in Catford. These were built all over UK as emergency housing following the WW2 devastation
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Sailmakers, Limehouse, London
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A little known tunnel under the railway line in East Dulwich behind Dulwich Hospital
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The abandonded Aldwych underground station
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A disused platform at Mansion House
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Last Updated 12 January 2017