Continuing our series of original art and photography inspired by subterranean London.
Today’s instalment features an assortment of London tunnels from various photographers. Three of the images capture the Thames Tunnel at Wapping and Rotherhithe, while the remaining two show a couple of tunnels beneath London buildings rarely seen by the public.
We’ve now reached the closing date for our competition, and the winning entries — which will go on show in the Bishopsgate Institute — will be announced next week. However, we’ll keep the series running online, as we’ve received many excellent images yet to be published. Please feel free to send any further subterranean drawings, paintings or photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
- A miscellany of tunnels
- Tube panoramas
- Tube etchings
- Fantasy Underworld
- Secret London rivers
- The Crystal Palace dinosaurs take a stroll
- Tube fashion
- Tube animals
- iPod people