A visit to London’s Barbican inevitably leads you to its underbelly. This is the Beech Street underpass, which carries traffic and pedestrians beneath the 1960s and 70s housing complex – and to the Barbican arts centre.
It’s quite long and the ceiling is criss-crossed with mesmerising lights which set a silvery trail. Lines stretch ahead of you to the daylight at the end, which streams into the low-lit tunnel. Like the concrete jungle above your head, this is a photogenic, interesting city sight.
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See shots from London’s colourful ‘disco tunnel’ by visiting this page