Remember that episode of Sherlock where they have a stop a bomb from going off under Parliament, carried under the historic building via a train moving through decommissioned Underground stations, also known as "ghost" stations? How about a similar storyline in V for Vendetta? It seems like unused Underground stations are popping up right and left in pop culture these days, as well they should, because they're kind of fascinating: once built and intended as busy station platforms for people on the go, they've fallen into disuse and been abandoned to time, subway tile and all.  See full article.

  Remember that episode of Sherlock where they have a stop a bomb from going off under Parliament, carried under the historic building via a train moving through decommissioned Underground stations, also known as "ghost" stations? How about a similar storyline in V for Vendetta? It seems like unused Underground stations are popping up right and left in pop culture these days, as well they should, because they're kind of fascinating: once built and intended as busy station platforms for people on the go, they've fallen into disuse and been abandoned to time, subway tile and all.  See full article.