The disused Jubilee line platforms at Charing Cross have recently been opened to the public, first for a short series of movie screenings, and now for a number of tours similar to the ones at Aldwych.
Focusing mainly on its use as a filming location (recent credits include Skyfall and Paddington) rather than providing a detailed history of the site, the tour was well organized and managed, with many different areas along the route. Highlights included the huge ventilation stack, being able to see through vents down to the busy active platforms, and the various parts seen in the James Bond film.
After complaints about over-the-top rules on camera use on the Aldwych visits, the staff this time seemed far more relaxed, with only a small part of the tour having restrictions about flash photography.
Here's a selection of images from the tour: