Charing Cross is a station of many names and faces. It has developed from a number of Underground stations which have been mixed and modified over time into the present type. The story of its growth is one in all fixed change and innovation.
Located on the level the place the Strand and Trafalgar Sq. meet, the station offers entry to an space of London acquainted to Londoners and vacationers, however few would guess what lies beneath the streets past the operational station tunnels.
These pictures, taken in October 2017, showcase the tunnels as they stand at this time.
Inspiration for the framing of the photographs got here from the 1975 New Topographics exhibition.
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