Intrigued by the chat on the inbound train to London, we decided to look at Whitehall Underground Station.
We were tired and went by taxi from Leicester Square, a lovely ride full of interest.
Decanted at the main door, we looked around and were under the shadow of Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. I've been in the area before, but never with such a close and stunning view. It all looked so very beautiful. We will be back with cameras when not so travel-weary.
The Station itself is amazing, a sort of "futuristic" layout. There are lifts, but also a lot of walking, which is worthwhile to look at the engineering/architecture.
This is one of the stations that has a glass wall at the edge of the platform; are there more to come besides Canary Wharf? When the train arrives the doors in the "wall" line up with the train doors, and then they all open. Very nice safe feeling, which I imagine is gratefully accepted during rush hours.
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