The Soho Square Hut in London, England

In the middle of London’s Soho Square, which dates back to 1681, stands a half-timbered gardener's hut. It looks like a Tudor construction, something that might have been built four or five hundred years ago, but was actually built in 1925 as an access point to the electricity substation beneath it.

Back in the 1920s, the Charing Cross Electricity Company needed a private, above-ground entrance to its substation directly beneath Soho Square. Being such a historic part of London, and a...

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