Where to find your September issue of Gasholder

Take a peek inside the Mail Rail. Plus a raft of new openings, previews and reviews to ease the back-to-school malaise

Londoners seem universally excited, or at least a little intrigued, by the opening of the hidden transport network beneath our feet, known as Mail Rail.

It’s the star attraction at the newly opened Postal Museum in Clerkenwell’s Mount Pleasant, and offers the public a glimpse into the depths of what was the world’s first driverless electric railway.

The only problem? The launch of the new rides on diminutive trains through the low tunnels was delayed over the summer. The good news is it’s now open but is getting booked up faster than you can say first class post.

So while you wait to experience this atmospheric subterranean world for yourself, in our new September print issue we’ve been on a preview mission to report back.

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Elsewhere inside we feature some of the wider area’s new food and drink openings, including top King’s Cross Road bar The Racketeer and Peruvian hangout Senor Ceviche.

We also meet a local sculptor-turned-author, an illustrator obsessively drawing every London tube station – and hop on the high speed train to check out this year’s Folkestone Triennial.

Grab a free copy from one of the outlets below.

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UAL St Martin’s (entrance to the right of Caravan), Granary Square N1C
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Outside Euston Station, corner of Melton Street and Euston Square Gardens
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Outside Phoenicia Food Hall, Kentish Town Road NW5

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