"We're All Mad Here…."
In the 19th Century, the London Underground was created to serve the needs of London’s booming suburbs. Today, the Underground or “Tube” as it’s known colloquially covers 402 kilometres or 250 miles of track and 270 stations. Despite having so many Tube stations now, there are many that go unused, having been shut or one reason or another. Here is a list of some really interesting stations along with why they were shut.