Postal Museum and subterranean mail train

Postal Museum and subterranean mail train Copyright The Postal Museum

 

An article by The Guardian newspaper on the recently opened new attraction.

For nearly a century, and unknown to many Londoners, a postal railway network operated 21 metres below the streets of the city, shuttling around the country’s correspondence. At its peak, Mail Rail ran for 6½ miles from Paddington to Whitechapel, carrying letters and facilitating communication across the capital.

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The museum’s official site invites you to…

“Visit the museum’s galleries and take a journey through five centuries of world-class curiosities, providing a different, previously unseen view on some of the world’s most significant historical events, and an insight into the quirky beginnings of the earliest social network.”

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And finally a short video showing some of the highlights by Time Out Magazine…

 

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