To me, the mere concept of people travelling by train through networks of tunnels bored or dug under the city is extremely intriguing.
The London Underground is the oldest underground train system in the world. The first trains began running in 1863.
I also have a special connection to Greenwich, and some of my pictures are of places around there.
A Busker Somewhere Near
Circus Street (Next to the Cheeseboard)
All Trains Go to King's Cross St Pancras
All Trains Go to King's Cross St Pancras (detail)
Please Check the Front of the Train
Please Check the Front of the Train (detail)
Turn Left for Neal Street
View from a Flyover
Way Out (Russell Square)
Winter Trees, Greenwich Park
Westgrove (Looking Towards Blackheath)
Waiting for a Train Going South
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