The first 'tube' railway. Shortly went bankrupt, since used as a pedestrian tunnel, then hydraulic power and water tunnel, finally communications conduit with defunct water infrastructure still in place.
Photos arranged in direction of travel from N-S. Taken early 2020.
View from the bottom of the north shaft, looking upwards.
View of the north vestibule/waiting room, directly at the bottom of the north shaft.
View of the enlarged-diameter section with WW2-era tunnel lining arising from repair to bomb damage. Approximately under Tower pier.
View of the central tunnel sump and drainage pump. Also layout of main small-diameter tunnel.
View of the south vestibule/waiting room, looking north.
View of the larger-diameter precast concrete lined section, built as an extension in the 80s.
View from the bottom of the south shaft, looking upwards.