I`d like to propose that there are secret subway systems that are unknown to us. Subways used by military, by the rich, by the elite. Its my intuition
that tells me so but evidence of this is very, very scarce. So I am left with having to piece together the small shreds of evidence that are publicly
available and hope someone out there reading this, can provide more. I do believe that the subway system is more comprehensive than the evidence
posted here suggests. To find out, we'd have to collaborate and look more closely.
The first image is the NYC Subway Station "City Hall". Whats so special about it? Its a non-public subway station, a secret subway station.
. We don't know who gets in and out at such
stations. But it is interesting to note that celebrities such as Tom Cruise ride their private
subway in New York
Yet another secret NYC underground station of the elite apparently lies beneath the
, though I am not
sure it is a conventional subway as such.
The basement subway access area was adapted and used to ferry dignitaries and other notable visitors upstairs in a large adjacent elevator. FDR, who
was careful to avoid appearing publicly in his wheelchair too often, famously preferred using a special train
The follwing image shows the secret Moscow Metro line. You see, in New York and London a secret subway line is only rumored, but in Moscow its fairly
well established that there is a secret subway that the public cant access, even though the Government still hasnt admitted it.
Metro-2 in Moscow, Russia, is the informal name for a purported secret underground metro system which parallels the public Moscow Metro. The
system was supposedly built, or at least started, during the time of Joseph Stalin and was codenamed D-6 by the KGB. It is supposedly still operated
by the Presidential General Directorate of Special Programmes (ru) and Ministry of Defence.
If you research the various big cities very closely with this idea in mind, you find little anomalies here and there that may point to secret subway
systems. Here is one such example from a page called Transit Toronto
Subway travellers riding between Donlands and Greenwood Stations often wonder why there is a sudden fork in the track, and a tunnel which appears to
turn south to nowhere. Unlike Yonge and St. George stations, there are no connecting subway lines. Are the tracks part of a secret subway that only
those in the know can use to bypass the congestion at Bloor-Yonge Station? Has the Downtown Relief Line started construction at last?
Not quite. The tunnel doesn't bypass the Bloor-Yonge station and offer an alternate route downtown, but it is a secret subway that only authorized
personnel may use.
Toronto too has a station that is not open to the public. It is called Bay
Not unexpectedly Tokyo offers some intrigue of its own. From secrets of the
old construction blueprints of the Chiyoda line platform reportedly show an extra level even deeper underground. This concealed floor ostensibly
houses a platform for special trains that transport government officials out of the city in the event of a major disaster.
(read more at the link above)
The following is a picture of the secret subway station of the White House.
Source: The Capitol Subway System
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edit on 25-11-2012 by Skyfloating because: edited out "Ashfield Station"