The museum reflects the vital role Mail Rail played in the distribution of the country’s post with an underground train ride and exhibitions

For nearly a century, and unknown to many Londoners, a postal railway network operated 21 metres below the streets of the city, shuttling around the country’s correspondence. At its peak, Mail Rail ran for 6½ miles from Paddington to Whitechapel, carrying letters and facilitating communication across the capital.

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Source: The Guardian

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