A Tribute to Being Underneath Things

Unlike most of the cities of Australia, London has many layers. I’m sure there are many unexplored too, with abandoned tube lines and basements honeycombing the ground…

A futuristic underpass near Temple on the north Thames bank.

A novelty view of the Millennium Bridge and St Pauls on twilight...

A saxophone player fills a tunnel with sound.

Another creepy tunnel near London Bridge.

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2 thoughts on “A Tribute to Being Underneath Things

  1. George

    Love the St. Pauls pic.

  2. These are great! Those long tunnels can indeed be scary, certainly late at night and alone as a woman.

    One of the coolest places to be underneath, here in NYC, is Grand Central Station, where there is a passageway with vaulted tiles allowing one person to whisper into a corner and be heard across the hall. The Oyster Bar, downstairs, has a wonderful grooved, creamy-white tiled ceiling and old-school chandeliers with fishing boats on them…and great seafood!

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