People keen to delve beneath the streets of Brighton can once again book tours of its world famous Victorian sewers.
The guided trips through the labyrinth of tunnels have been running for more than 50 years with celebrity visitors such as Paul O’Grady and Suggs from Madness.
Stuart Slark, Southern Water tour guide, said: “The tours are extremely popular and people never cease to be amazed by what they see."
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