London Fine Art Photography
Fine Art photographs of the most famous tube network in the world, London Underground
Kings Cross tube station has some wonderful old architecture linking with the more modern Kings Cross main line station. One of the most famous stations on the London Underground network.
The Only Way is Up
The Jubilee Line extension not only brought new commuters to London, it also brought some new stations with amazing architecture. Southwark station hosts some futuristic metallic looking interiors.A real gem for photography on London Underground
Baker Street is one of the oldest stations on London Underground. It has some amazing old architecture on the platforms that were once part of the Metropolitan Railway. The steam trains are no more, now there are fast air-conditioned modern trains passing through these old tunnels.
Ready For the Off
London Underground trains lined up like greyhounds in the traps ready for the off. Beautiful rail lines lead you into the the depot heads where the London Underground trains sit, waiting for the rest of London to wake up.
No Coming Back
Entering London Underground stations sometimes looks like your walking into the future. The glowing metal shining in the ultraviolet light, the old tunnels with their modern looking fittings makes the stations look futuristic.
The Rat Race
London Underground is used by millions everyday and everyone seems to be in such a hurry, even with a train every 3 minutes. Southwark Station is a modern looking station on the Jubilee Line with some amazing architecture.
Going deeper and deeper under the City of London, Deeper into the London Underground network. Some of the old dimly lit tunnels underground can look a little creepy at night when there are not 1000s of people passing through.
Brain to Another Dimension
The Mothership getting ready to take off. The space age looking London Underground station of Canary Wharf has some amazing modern architecture. Even the escalators look like something from the future.
All Lined Up and Ready to Go
All line up and ready to go for the morning London Underground service. Tube trains are stabled in depots during the night where maintenance and cleaning is carried put. How empty will this train head look when night tube finally comes to London Underground.
The amazing tunnels weave through London Underground stations, going up and down, and in and out. A real maze under the busy city. Whip Lash shows some of the best tunnels that the stations have to offer.
Deep deep under the city of London there are tunnels that run for miles. Weaving there way through the city forming part of London Underground. There are many disused tunnels that don’t see the traffic that the London Underground tube tunnels see.
Class of ’67
The old 1967 tube trains are no more on the Victoria line. London Underground spent millions of pounds to upgrade all the trains to the new fast and spacious 2009 tube stock. Gone and forgotten, the old tube carriages are no more.
The London Underground stations at the south end of the Northern line have a great Art Deco feel about them. The retro looking lamps going down the stairs make them look unique to the more modern stations. Maybe the Northern line extension stations will have a classic interior like these.