This evening the shutters will be pulled across the old entrance at Tottenham Court Road tube station for the last time, as they prepare to switch the station around and start using a shiny new entrance next week.
The station is closed over the weekend, so today is the last time you could walk down those stairs and along the weirdly curving corridor.
Just a few photos:
The old entrance
The shiny new entrance, with escalators direct from street level
Old and new side-by-side
A fond old staircase
The hypnotic tunnel soon to be no more.
Hopefully, no werewolves are involved this time.
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