A long-abandoned Tube station bomb shelter occupied by Londoners during the Second World War has been brought back to life.
TFL is now offering pre-booked tours of the Grade-II bunker and will transform the historic rotunda at the surface into a new café and gallery space.
Forces TV's Dan Freedman went to visit before the shelters were made open to the public...
It closed after less than a year in May 1945, and was then subsequently used as a military and civilian hostel.
Graeme Craig, TfL’s director of commercial development, said: ‘Clapham South's deep-level shelters have played an important role in shaping the London that we know today.