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We are all familiar with bustling Tube stations and overcrowded carriages, but have you ever wondered what the London Underground looks like empty? Victoria Louise Howard's haunting photographs reveal just that: beautiful architecture, engineering and design as never seen before. Motivated by her desire to conquer her fear of confined underground spaces, she set herself the goal of capturing every Tube station, travelling to all 270 of them and waiting for the crowds to leave. The diary she kept during her project reveals the battle she fought to overcome her anxiety. Victoria's photographs uncover the history, beauty and tranquillity of a deserted London Underground that is rarely seen by those who use it the most.
|Publication date:||1st August 2019|
|Author:||Victoria Louise Howard|
|Publisher:||The History Press Ltd|
|Categories:||Trains & railways: general interest, Individual photographers,|
Victoria Louise Howard is a passionate photographer, holding a HNC in photography from the University of West London and currently studying to gain her BA with the Open College of Arts. She lives in Surrey. This is her first book.More About Victoria Louise Howard