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Shepherd's Bush

First of all, apologies for being so reticent in this blog. Have been held up with a lot of things. Now that summer is approaching and due to the super weather we have been having in otherwise wet England, I did manage to go out a bit and take some photographs.

My regular followers may have seen my other photos of the London Underground. Here are two of my favourite photographs.

Taken at Shepherd’s Bush station, London.


A woman watches as the train leaves the platform.


A train departs as the other stays on the platform.


Train arrives.


Shepherd’s bush Station

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Down to the Jubilee

Escalator leading down towards the Jubilee line at the London Bridge tube station, London.

This was after I met RD and and was going to the Foyles bookshop at Tottenham Court Road with my very good friend Guru who I met after quite some time (relative to how often we used to meet) on Saturday.

I have to respond to comments, will do soon ! Have a great week!

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Down down they go

Going down the escalator at the Liverpool Street tube station. London

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The London Underground

Image of the Oxford Circus undeground tube platform of the Central Line in the London Underground system.

I think there was industrial action taking place on the day I took this photograph, if not getting an image of a central line platform with no people is a near impossibility.

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London Underground

London tube strike on the 9th of June 2009 put the city into chaos, with all people travelling having to find alternative travel plans.Oxford circus tube station.

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