Despite that LUL is preferable and fast form of transport for many people in London, empty seats are almost never on the table.
But do you really want to take a sit again.
A shocking video released by Time Out London shows a forced rubber hammer to the carriage seats of trains on different Tube lines. When pounded, the seats set free an indistinct mass of dust build from filth, dust and dead skin cells. Like a horror movie it showed and proved the Piccadilly line seating are some of the worst. Study has found out that trains fleet date back from 1975.
For that reason there is an increased probability that some of your office employees take the tube on daily basis. That means they are fetching all that dirt, dust, and bacteria into your office environment. But here we are, and leave this to the professionals. Rest assured that with our commercial office cleaning services we definitely will assist and get rid of traces transported from London Underground and leave your space looking, welcoming, fresh, and smelling fresh and clean. Get in touch with us for a free cleaning quote today.
Did you know: The deepest tube station is called Hampstead on the Northern line, which runs down and reaches out 58.5 metres. In Central London the tube station extending far down is also on the Northern line. It is the Docklands Light Railway concourse at Bank Station, which reaches out 41.4 metres below the street level.