Going Underground


The atmospheric Crypt Gallery in Euston, with its bare brickwork, gloomy nooks and crannies and piles of old disused tombstones, provided the perfect venue for the launch of Subterranean London.

A group of 12 urban explorers went underground to photograph a range of striking and unusual images and the results are assembled in this collection, compiled by Bradley Garrett with map illustrations by Stephen Walter and an introduction by Will Self.

The unsung heroes are the photographers who cannot be credited, due to the nature of their work, gaining unauthorised access to sites which are not open to the public.

Subterranean London is out now in hardback, published by Prestel. 



~ by A_A on October 2, 2014.

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