Most People Have No Idea This Unique Tunnel In Cleveland Exists

Like any city that experienced an industrial boom and rapid slow-down, Cleveland is a modern urbex dream. There’s abandoned buildings everywhere, from massive warehouses to tiny homes. Every city has rumors of underground tunnels: the idea is so full of mystery and adventure, kids and adults alike enjoy the intrigue. But Cleveland actually does have abandoned underground tunnels. These tunnels were part of the underground subway system that used to link west Cleveland to downtown.

The Detroit-Superior subway line was operational until 1954.

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Have you been in these tunnels? We’re waiting for the next opening weekend so we can explore! Maybe you or someone you know remembers the subway when it was still operational. We’d love for you to share your stories and pictures with us in the comments!