Secret WWI Tunnels Under London Now Open to the Public

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Secret WWI tunnels under London that were known to hide valuable art are now open to the public. Visitor’s will soon be able to delve into a secret world of tunnels used to transport mail hundreds of years back when London’s Postal Museum opens on July 28.

The Mail Rail, which museum representatives claim is the world’s first driverless and electric railway system, came into existence some 100 years back. It was an alternative way to transport mail throughout the city since congested streets and fog were causing delays above ground, according to museum representatives.

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