|Day||Walk Type||Start Time||End Time|
|28 July 2020||Special||5 pm||6 pm||Summer|
|11 August 2020||Special||5 pm||6 pm||Summer|
|25 August 2020||Special||5 pm||6 pm||Summer|
Join award winning London Walks guide Fiona Lukas to discover the secrets of the oldest underground railway in the world
About this tour
When trains first started running beneath the streets of Victorian London they were big, smoky and gaslit. They were also fast, cheap and very popular. In normal times nowadays it’s still fast, it’s clean, not so cheap and used over three million times a day. London is shaped by, and depends on the Underground.
We’ll talk about the early days and how the network developed. Then we’ll “visit” various stations, and other locations. Looking for little details you may otherwise not notice, to tell a host of other stories, encompassing engineering, design, architecture and social history.