London has the oldest subway system in the world: great for tourism, but sometimes not-so-great for commuters. There’s all sorts of sensible plans to upgrade the city’s public transport, but here’s one particularly outside-the-box solution: a 15mph moving sidewalk, looping 17 miles under London. What could go wrong!
You won't find London's West Ashfield Tube Station on any maps or in any guide books. Heck, you won't even find it underground. No, this Tube stop resides on the third floor of a North Kensingston office building. But why?