Continuing our series of original art and photography beneath London’s streets.
Today’s instalment presents a selection of photos from Londonist readers taken in the various tunnels beneath London. Aldwych ghost station is, almost inevitably, represented. Other images show the Greenwich Foot Tunnel, Mail Rail and a strange little road tunnel near Strand. A sixth image shows a humdrum Tube tunnel through colourful filters.
We’re still looking for further images for this series…particularly drawings and illustrations (photos are smashing, but have now been over-represented). To enter, simply doodle an image of subterranean London — it could be something factual, like your favourite Tube station; or it could be fictional, like the Shard’s little-known S&M dungeon (actually…let’s keep that one between ourselves). The best images will appear in a real-world exhibition at the Bishopsgate Institute, which we’ll announce more details about shortly…but to be considered, you’ll need to submit your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org before Thursday 24 January.
Previously in Londonist Underground…
- The secret caverns beneath Upper Street, Islington
- Things which don’t exist beneath London
- Who is Inspector Sands?
- Weird creatures holding up London
- iPad drawings of the Tube
- Fish-eye Tube
- Magic Tube
- Notting Hill Gloom
- A wall of train tickets
- Stairs and escalators
- Tottenham Court Road as a launch tube
- Ripped Tube posters