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This fun new video explore a day on the London Underground.

From the video description:

Day to Night on one of the world’s biggest Metro Systems the London Underground. Some people think that it’s the most miserable place on earth, however if you go on an oyster hunt you can find much more…

Check it out below:

Oyster Hunt from Garreth Carter on Vimeo.

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Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.

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  1. So cool. I think the Tube is just amazing. Wish I were there. I miss London soooo much. I have been to London 2 times and I fell in Love with London. London is such an amazing and beautiful place. Hopefully some day soon I will be back. : )

  2. Great vid. However, to be pedantic, a fair bit of it was filmed on the driverless Docklands Light Railway, rather than the Underground. That’s how the shots of the ‘drivers’ eye view entering and leaving the tunnel and going along the tracks were achieved 🙂

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