This is a peek inside the abandoned underground station, which you can rent for £ 3,000 per hour.
London has at least 40 abandoned tube stations – and film crews can rent them as sets, and get their own TfL train to shoot.
Transport for London says they have “several special areas” that can be rented by movie teams for movie sets.
Aldwich, Bank (Waterloo and City Line Branch) and Charing Cross, which closed in 1994, are specially rented stations.
And the iconic Aldwich Station has appeared in TV shows and films including Sherlock, Atonement, We for Vendetta and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.
The empty tube terminus was called a “ghost station” after it was officially closed to the public nearly 30 years ago – decades of maps still hang on the walls.
Even when not in use, ads can be seen throughout the platform and signs still alert people to ‘Mind the Gap’.
At Charing Cross, two unused platforms and three escalators are “completely separate from the rest of the station.”
This is because Jubilee stopped its service to the line station in 1999 – meaning film crews can rent it out of the way of the public.
This is where the Killing Eve and Skyfall footage were shot.
Staff can rent a platform at the Bank Station’s Waterloo and City Line branch – where the Sliding Doors movie was filmed.
And when the production closes for the public on Sunday, you can shoot in the ticket hall
But if you want to rent abandoned stations it will set you back £ 3,000 per hour – and get your own train to paint.
TfL states: “Fees start at £ 2,000 per hour (plus VAT) for the station or £ 3,000 per hour (plus VAT) with additional use of your own train.”
Hiring abandoned stations with your own train will cost you more than closing down the road in London – bringing the filming crew back £ 2,800.
And Transport for London said that when you rent stations, you don’t use their electricity.
It states: “The Film Office states that film crews often use battery-operated devices because they operate on a different voltage system for standard domestic setup and must be monitored by a specialist electrician for connections to their power supply.”