SE19 - Area below Crystal Palace Park
A local urban legend states that there is a train bricked up under the park, complete with dead passengers and crew - sometimes the hands of the dead reach up from the ground and try to grab the living. It is said that the story is based on the fact that an experimental railway was constructed here that worked by compressed air but was abandoned after failure.
SE24 - Tulse Hill Station, platform one
Killed as he walked on the tracks, the worker's footfalls are sometimes heard echoing through the station late at night.
SW1 - Jubilee Line, from Westminster to Stratford
Since the construction of the Jubilee Line, reports of phantom monks walking the tracks have begun to emerge. The sightings may be connected to the large number of graves which were disturbed while work was commencing.
SW1 - Vauxhall Underground Line
This seven foot tall man was seen underground several times by diggers working on the line - he wore brown overalls and a cap.
SW5 - West Brompton tube station
A man dressed in dark, old looking workman's clothing has been spotted early in the morning and late at night. He walks to the end of the platform before disappearing.
The westbound line of South Kensington Station, London.
SW7 - South Kensington Station, westbound line
Unknown Ghost Type
a spectral locomotive was seen by a person who had just disembarked the last train of the night. A ghostly worker in a reefer coat and flat cap held on to the side of the phantom train. The ghost train gave a whistle and then disappeared into the tunnel.
SW9 - South Island Place, Northern Line, near Stockwell Station
A trainee manager sent to walk the line by himself as part of his training encountered an old man with a tilly lamp working at South Island Place. They exchanged a couple of words in passing. When the trainee reached Stockwell Station and commented that he had seen someone else along the line, a search party was dispatched to find the worker as no maintenance work was scheduled. No one could be found, and the trainee later discovered that the old man had been seen dozens of times over the years. The ghost was believed to be that of a worker killed on the spot during the 1950s.
W1 - Baker's Street to St John's Wood, northbound tunnel
Bill, an underground track walker, sat down for a break while patrolling the line. He reported disembodied footprints which crunched down in the ballast and appeared before him. The footsteps went straight past him and stopped ten metres from his position. When he finished his rounds, one of his colleagues said that other people had also encountered the footsteps, and they belonged to a workman killed in the area.
W1 - Hyde Park Corner underground station
1978, early morning
Two members of staff were alarmed when they discovered an escalator working, though the electrical connection had been disabled. Walking into a room, one man reported hitting a spot so cold that his breath was visible, while the other worker collapsed in a state of shock. The latter claimed to have seen a strange face, and left the station before his shift ended, never to return.
W2 - Marble Arch
This underground station is said to be haunted by a man in a trilby hat and overcoat, seen on the escalator and vanishes when spotted.
W4 - Acton Green common, near Turnham Green tube station
Unknown Ghost Type
12 February 2004, 06.45h
This semi-transparent entity was observed walking parallel to the railway line, wearing a knee length cape. The dark grey figure vanished when the witness momentarily looked away.
W9 - Maida Vale Station
Although said to be haunted, details of the entity at this station are fleeting - a phantom is said to appear late at night, while hands are said to be 'felt' on the escalator.
WC1 - British Museum Station (closed 1933)
Connected to the 'curse' of the Amen-Ra's tomb, this Egyptian Princess would return from the grave late at night and would wail and scream in the tunnels. A more recent report states that these sounds can now be heard further down the track, in Holborn station.
The Piccadilly Line of Covent Garden Station, London.
WC2 - Covent Garden Station, Piccadilly Line
Around midnight, winter months (reoccurring). Last seen 1972?
An actor, Mr Terriss was stabbed to death in December 1897 at a nearby theatre. His ghost, tall in stature, has been seen dressed in a grey suit with white gloves, standing on the platform late at night.
WC2 - Embankment Station - Page's Walk
Staff who walk along the long dark tunnel known as Page's Walk complain of cold winds, doors which open and slam shut, and an oppressive feeling.
WC2 - Aldwych Underground Station (no longer operational)
Built where the Royal Strand Theatre once stood, it is thought the female ghost seen standing on the tracks migrated from the original building to the station shortly after it became operational. She is normally reported by cleaning staff working the night shift.
WC2 - Holborn tube station
Unknown, late twentieth century?
An Egyptian Princess was said to haunt the British Museum underground station, but when it closed in 1933, her ghostly screams could still be heard emerging from the tunnels at Holborn.