The Guardian: The Innovators
‘As German V2 rockets pounded London in the later stages of the second world war, one of the underground safe havens where thousands of people sought refuge was a tunnel system deep below Clapham High Street in the south of the capital.
Seventy years on, the network of tunnels is in use again but for an altogether different purpose: farming. Open the cage-style doors of the lift after descending 100ft below street level, and the modern-day visitor will find an underground farm.’
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