London Underground – B&W Fine Art Photography Essay

Brain to Another Dimension.
The futuristic station of Canary Wharf on the London Underground Tube network. London Underground has some fantastic architecture, new and old. This exit to one of London’s newer stations looks more like a spaceship than a train station.

This fine art photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by photographer Tony Sellen  @ London Fine Art Photography.

 

Images from project “Going London Underground” by Tony Sellen.

 

 The Only Way is Up Its not often you can find an empty escalator in one of London's busy stations. The silver tunnels and the metallic steps give a fantastic chrome effect to black and white photographs.

The Only Way is Up
Its not often you can find an empty escalator in one of London’s busy stations.

Final Frontier The hight contrast lines and the glow at the end of the tunnel make this train depot look very space age

Final Frontier
The hight contrast lines and the glow at the end of the tunnel make this train depot look very space age

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Glow of the Ghost. A disused London Underground Tube station at Highbury north London. The eerie looking structure made even more so with a faint glow of a figure walking towards

Glow of the Ghost.
A disused London Underground Tube station at Highbury north London.

Off the Rails. Every tunnel on London Undergrounds Tube network leads somewhere. Dark and dirty, but certainly interesting locations can be found in the tunnels under the City of London.

Off the Rails.
Every tunnel on London Undergrounds Tube network leads somewhere. Dark and dirty, but certainly interesting locations can be found in the tunnels under the City of London.

Click on any image to see Tony’s gallery of fine art photography from London and around the world.

One Up The tall escalators on the Jubilee Line reach up towards the light at street level. The modern stations of the London Underground network have some fantastic chrome looking architecture, ideal for black and white photography.

One Up
The tall escalators on the Jubilee Line reach up towards the light at street level. The modern stations of the London Underground network have some fantastic chrome looking architecture.

Sleepers Kings Cross station is one of the busiest stations in London, even at night you can see trains coming and going.

Sleepers
Kings Cross station is one of the busiest stations in London, even at night you can see trains coming and going..

Straight Up the Middle. The amazing beams of the modern Bermondsey tube station opens up the station giving a much brighter and open feel than the older tube stations in London.

Straight Up the Middle.
The amazing beams of the modern Bermondsey tube station opens up the station giving a much brighter and open feel than the older tube stations in London.

Click on any image to see Tony’s gallery of fine art photography from London and around the world.

The Ghost There are many disused tunnels running under the Great City of London. Some emptier than others.......

The Ghost
There are many disused tunnels running under the Great City of London. Some emptier than others…….

Under the Stairs Dark, damp and no sign of life at the bottom of the stairs. Not all of London Undergrounds infrastructure is as clean and polished as the newer stations.

Under the Stairs
Dark, damp and no sign of life at the bottom of the stairs. Not all of London Undergrounds infrastructure is as clean and polished as the newer stations.

 

See also:

Long Exposure London

In The City

By Tony Sellen


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