Shoot Heritage Vehicles At London Transport Museum Depot

Lindsey
By Lindsey Last edited 57 months ago
Shoot Heritage Vehicles At London Transport Museum Depot

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Photographers have a chance to get up close to London Transport Museum's vehicle collection with two photography workshops and a photography evening.

The photography classes on Monday 28 October allow you access to the depot with your camera with no stray crowds or children around. The Mango Lab will give tips on different lighting conditions and help you hone your storytelling skills. You'll also get a special tour of newly restored Metropolitan Jubilee Carriage 353, built in 1898. These 3.5 hour workshops are only £35 per person. Please book in advance.

In the evening, the Depot is open for those who want a close up look at the collection and a chance to take photographs of it without the weekend crowds around. Doors will be open from 7-9.30pm for a limited number of people and tickets are £20 (again, please book in advance).

Other activities taking place between 28 - 30 October include a chance to sit in the cab of a tube train, a stop-frame animation workshop, family tours and creative travelling time-capsule sessions. Find out more and book tickets at www.ltmuseum.co.uk

Tube 150: Behind the Scenes Week takes palce at London Transport Museum's Acton Depot. Photography and family workshops and tours takes place 28-30 October and Acton Depot Open Weekend is 1-3 November.

N.B. The Mango Lab and Photography Open Evening workshops can be combined for an adult ticket for £45 and concessions £41 by booking by phone only 020 7565 7298.

Last Updated 22 October 2013

Corporate Photographer

A great opportunity to capture some interesting shots of vintage tube trains.
I remember they used to use the old tube trains from the 40s and 50s on the Isle of Wight.

Erran Stewart

Amazing! Would have been a great experience to be there. so much history in one room