It had to be re-sited in , just under three years after it was opened, in an example of poor planning that makes even the Crossrail delay look passable. Fascinating facts, artefacts, posters and photographs fill this exhibition but what really gives it the edge is the commitment to the abandoned station aesthetic — right down to the labels being held in place with industrial tape. The use of speakers to imitate a train travelling pass on the other side of a wall is an excellent touch — it's remarkably realistic, and reminiscent of being in the Vaults in Waterloo, where genuine trains create an identical rumble. I would also like to receive the Best Of Londonist weekly email, sent Sunday morning I would also like to receive Things To Do in London: The Daily Guide weekday picks sent every day at 4pm for the next day Thank you, your preferences have been saved. We love a well-designed exhibition, and this is London Transport Museum's best effort yet. Aldwych station's big-screen appearances are celebrated through film posters advertising the likes of V for Vendetta. Thank you, your feedback has been noted. Follow Londonist Londonist. The coolest London events from our partners.
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