Derelict London

By Daan Deol Last edited 20 months ago
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.

Carlton Cinema
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Derelict buildings near Brick Lane
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Telephone box full of greenery, Archway
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The abandonded Aldwych underground station
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Derelict buildings in King's Cross
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A little known tunnel under the railway line in East Dulwich, behind Dulwich Hospital
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Beauty in decay?
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Abandoned Lewisham.
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Abandoned signal box, Chorleywood
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A disused tunnel at Angel station
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The abandoned Aldwych Underground station
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These are disused railway tunnels in Highgate. The tunnels are now a safe haven for bats
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The disused Down Street tube station
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Aldgate East
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It might be dry by now...
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Union Street abandoned tube
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Derelict factory. Sands End, London
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Disused platform at Charing Cross station.
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Aderelict prefab in Catford. These were built all over UK as emergency housing following the second world war.
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Derelict Hackney
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Tay Wharf
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A disused platform at Mansion House
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Old tube ticket machine.
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Abandoned hard hat
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Derelict house on Coldharbour Lane, Brixton
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The Lyle's Golden Syrup factory in West Silvertown
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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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Derelict passageway on the Charing Cross to Embankment Northern line loop.
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The derelict Brompton Road Underground station (between Knightsbridge and South Kensington)
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Sailmakers, Limehouse
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This used to be Wags Gym, where Arnold Schwarzenegger lived/trained in 1966, Forest Gate
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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 South Kentish Town tube station
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Derelict shop
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Last Updated 12 January 2017