Few of us have had the chance to explore the maze of underground tunnels entwined beneath our feet. We’ve had a little potter around Crossrail, but we doubt we’ll ever see as much as Bradley L Garrett and his team of underground explorers. Behold, ‘the most comprehensive photographic account of subterranean London ever produced.’
Bradley’s new book ‘Subterranean London: Cracking the Capital’ (published by Prestel Publishing) reveals the beauty of London’s underground tunnels, hand-laid brick sewers, ghost stations and WWII shelters. The photography is pretty stunning. Twelve photographers used clever lighting and their artistic perspective to help produce this collection of photos, providing a unique insight into the sheer size and mysteries of the Underground.
Take a sneaky peek at some of the photography from the book: