"Fantastic extremely rare opportunity to see inside this beautifully preserved piece of London’s history, and hear the stories and history associated with it from an expert guide.
Aldwych station first opened on 30 November 1907, and was then named ‘Strand’. It acted as the terminus of a branch line from Holborn. Architecturally interesting, built in the arts and crafts style, the station was built on the site of the old Strand Theatre.
The station was renamed Aldwych on 19 May 1915. Trains served the station until 30 September 1994, when it was closed by London Underground.
Since closure, the station has been used as a film set in such famous productions as ‘V for Vendetta’. It is not however open to the public."
There's also a number of other interesting things if you like your transport stuff, such as a behind the scenes tour of the Fen Line, a trip on a 1938 Art Deco special Tube train, which I was lucky enough to do in April (the upcoming one is blogged here)
Plus an opportunity to drive a bus on a state-of-the-art bus simulator and an take part in a Hitachi high speed train tour and simulator experience!