28 Photos Of Circle Line Stations Looping From Edgware Road To Edgware Road

Will Noble
By Will Noble Last edited 61 months ago
28 Photos Of Circle Line Stations Looping From Edgware Road To Edgware Road

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Photographer Luke Agbaimoni snapped each Circle line station, looping from Edgware Road back to Edgware Road.

Edgware Road: "I love the architecture of the ceiling on this platform"
Bayswater: "The platform light here is very dramatic, great for 'waiting for trains' shots"
Notting Hill Gate
High Street Kensington Station: "A pigeon commutes to work!"
Gloucester Road: "A taxi exiting nearby Kynance Mews"
South Kensington: "A platform covered with slush after a week of heavy snow"
Sloane Square
Victoria Station: "Feels like it belongs in a movie scene about a dystopian future"
St James's Park: "Balance, tone, and reflections in this 'waiting for trains' photo.
Embankment: "I love taking photos of this entrance on a rainy night. Dramatic and pretty"
Blackfriars: "Night shot of the shard from Blackfriars Pier, not far from the Underground station"
Mansion House: "A routemaster passes the Tower of St. Mary Somerset"
Cannon Street: "Feels like it's from a horror movie"
Tower Hill: "Symmetry on the underground. It's awesome when everything aligns"
Aldgate: "Puddles always reflect a different perspective in a familiar scene"
Liverpool Street
Farringdon: "Silhouettes and reflections in this monochrome shot"
King's Cross St Pancras: "Powerful architecture"
Euston Square
Great Portland Street: "Cool looking guy waiting for a train"
Baker Street: "The architecture encourages commuters to stand under the spotlights"
Edgware Road "Another sit down in the puddles to capture this reflection"

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Last Updated 29 January 2019