Inside the ghost Underground: Aldwych Tube Station used as air raid shelter and in filming for Atonement

Inside the 'ghost' Underground station used as air raid shelter during the Blitz and in filming for Atonement Visitors have been able to take tours of closed Aldwych Tube Station – which includes a platform which stopped operating in 1914 and original 1907 lifts | UPDATED: 09:54 GMT, 3 December 2012 A secret disused underground station that was used by thousands of Londoners during the Blitz has been opened up for rare public viewing.

Dog owner "tried to steal his own pets back from animal shelter when they escaped from his house"

Dog owner 'tried to steal his own pets back from animal shelter when they escaped from his house' Animals mistaken for strays by a dog warden who took them to a shelterAlan Gair was asked to pay a 176 fine to get them back but he refusedIt was claimed that he threatened to return with a baseball batHe was arrested near the shelter at night with a crowbar and hacksaw One of the dogs has been put down for attacking another animal | UPDATED: 18:51 GMT, 2 December 2012 Charged: Alan Gair is to appear in court for allegedly trying to steal his own dogs back from an animal shelter A man who allegedly tried to steal his own dogs back from an animal shelter after they were mistaken for strays is to appear in court. Alan Gair was arrested near the shelter in Newcastle Upon Tyne with a crowbar, hacksaw and a head-torch, five days after his pets were impounded