London on the move

A vast city like London is a nerve centre, a complex knot of people coming and going, being transported. Its mainline railway stations are beacons of arrivals and departures, passengers flocking to the metropolis or making a swift exit.

These stations have been here for many decades and boast both grand Victorian and contemporary architecture. Today, the paraphernalia of travel is common, including the ticket barriers, platforms and trains.

Hanging back, observing and photographing the body and life of the London rail station is a pleasure. But for me there remains work to do – I’ve studied Waterloo, Victoria and St Pancras International, but have yet to visit Euston, King’s Cross and Liverpool Street to the city’s east, which has always been my escape route from the capital – and that point of return.

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See also:

Waterloo snapshot

Victoria afternoon

St Pancras views

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