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Bank Underground Railway Station
The Bank-Monument Station complex is comprised of the two interlinked underground stations of Bank and Monument. The complex is the eighth busiest station on the London Underground network and it serves the Waterloo & City Line, Central Line, Northern Line, Circle Line, District Line and the Docklands Light Railway. Bank Station has a reputation of being haunted by an apparition identified as Sarah Whitehead.
The apparition of an elderly woman was seen by an employee very early one morning whilst the station was locked. She was followed down a dead end corridor and vanished. There has also been a report of strange knocks on the inside of an empty lift’s door, again whilst the station was closed and locked.
The ghost was been tentatively identified by some as Sarah Whitehead, the Black Nun of the Bank of England, probably due to the close proximity the station has to the Bank and it’s famous ghost.