Secret subway 'set to re-open'
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The secret subway of Crystal Palace 'set to re-open'

An abandoned Victorian subway in south-east London could be reopened to the public by the spring.

It was once a grand entrance to the legendary Crystal Palace, before being abandoned when London's top tourist attraction burned down in 1936.

BBC London's Jim Wheble spoke to Jules Hussy from the Friends of Crystal Palace Subway and Martin Tempia of the Crystal Palace Park Stakeholder Group about the hopes for its future.

  • 10 Jan 2016