Image title: London Charing Cross Tube Station Train


Charing Cross Tube Station Train

Charing Cross underground station, like scores of stations on the system, is a long, cylindrical tube dug out of the rock beneath London. To the left of the platform are tracks and electrified rails. Adverts cover the walls. Electonic displays give the time till the next train.

Though run down and under-funded the London Underground is a national asset and one of the wonders of the world.


London Charing Cross Tube Station Train



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London, Transport, underground, Tube, trains

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