Haunting Photos Of London

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Haunting Photos Of London

London can look a bit edgy at the best of times, so when we're talking abandoned tube stations, deserted tunnels and misty parks, things take a turn towards the haunted. Take a look.

A disused Jubilee line platform at Charing Cross underground station. It closed in 1999 after the Jubilee line was extended east and diverted to London Waterloo.
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Aldwych tube station
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The abandoned Aldwych Underground station as it looks now. It was opened in 1907 as Strand station
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Bandstand in Victoria Park
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On the tube
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Highgate Cemetery
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This spot at the Tower of London is where wartime spies were executed by firing squad.
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London underground
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Severndroog Castle in Oxleas Wood
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Houses of Parliament
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Hackney Downs
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Barbican Centre
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Piccadilly line tube carriage
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The Queens House at Tower of London, supposedly haunted by Lady Arabella Stuart who attacks any woman who tries to sleep here.
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Southwark car park
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St Pancras station
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Crystal Palace
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Stamford Brook station
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The abandoned Aldwych Underground station
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Royal Courts of Justice
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Winston Churchill statue, Parliament Square
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High Street Kensington station
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London Bridge station
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A disused tunnel at Angel station
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Kew Gardens
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Embankment station
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Wood Lane station
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Last Updated 17 December 2018