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Learn all about the strange peculiar and mysterious yet fantastic  world that is the London Underground Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of London's Underground or as it is affectionately referred to the Tube  Here readers will find stories of the real Underground the strange and twisted nooks and crannies of what happens hundreds of miles below millions of London legs—from its peculiar past through to its paranormal present and looking forward to its fascinating future Located deep beneath the heart of Greater London the Underground is awash with strangeness than you can shake your prepaid train card at So pack up your day bag and travel stop by stop with us on this strange and fantastic journey along the Northern Picadilly Metropolitan Jubilee Hammersmith  City and District Line and explore the Underground as you've never seen it before with this treasure trove of the humorous the odd and the baffling—an alternative travel guide to the Underground's best kept secrets


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    A short but quirky history of the London Underground The title might be a bit misleading if you're expecting anecdotes about prosthetic legs being left behind but if you want a quick surface ha tour through the Tube's history without having to delve into a dry tome written by trainspotters this slightly tongue in cheek collection will give you an entertaining overview But it does explain essentials such as the first promoter of an underground railway how the map was created the voice behind Mind the gap wartime entertainment while people sheltered during the Blitz which funerals had to wait for the guest of honour to arrive from the local Tube station and how abseilers keep things tidyFor those who want to know a bibliography and a list of useful websites is includedDisclaimer I received a free copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review