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Win a private tour of Hidden London: the Exhibition with Geoff Marshall and Vicki Pipe!

Hidden London: the Exhibition takes visitors on an immersive journey through some of London’s most secret spaces. Uncover stories lurking in ‘forgotten’ parts of the Tube network and learn about how the oldest subterranean railway in the world was, and continues to be, used by Londoners both past and present.

Geoff Marshall and Vicki Pipe are the dynamic duo behind All the Stations, an ambitious project to travel to all the stations - first in Great Britain, then in Ireland. Discover more about their epic voyages on their YouTube channel.

To celebrate our five-star exhibition, enter our exclusive competition to win a private tour of Hidden London: the Exhibition with Geoff and Vicki!

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Entrance to Hidden London exhibition in the style of Aldwych Underground station

Plates, coasters and mugs in the style of tile patterns

As part of this money-can’t-buy prize, Geoff and Vicki will take you and friend around the exhibition at London Transport Museum in Covent Garden while the rest of the Museum is closed to the public.

The lucky winner will also receive a Hidden London goodie bag with gifts from our shop, including placemats, coasters, a tea towel, oven gloves and a copy of Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Underground as well as signed copies of Geoff and Vicki’s latest books, The London Underground: 50 things to See and Do and Great British Railways: 50 Things to See and Do.

To be in with a chance of winning, please answer the following question and enter your contact details in the form below.

Competition closes on Sunday 2 February 2020 and the winner will be contacted by email the following week, so keep your eyes peeled! Open to anyone aged 7+, however if you're under 18, then a parent or guardian must complete the form on your behalf. See full terms and conditions.

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