Earlier this month I became the first person to walk the entire new (2015) tube map, in support of Bowel Cancer UK.
During 39 walks between August 2012 and August 2015, I took thousands of photos and noticed that I tended to focus on things that had changed, were likely to change or oddly have not yet changed.
This could include anything from buildings under construction to abandoned (ghost) stations to anachronisms to important international events. London is a unique place where you can to see change unfold right before your eyes.
Below I’ve featured 39 photos, one photo from each walk, that mostly look at some aspect of change in London that I observed during the past 3 years.
These are not necessarily my best photos or even good photos, but each of them tells a small London story that I find interesting. I hope you do too.
Date Taken: August 19, 2012
Walk 1: Waterloo & City line, Waterloo to Bank
About the photo: Blackfriars Station. This photo of was taken between the end of the 2012 Summer Olympics (25 July to 12 August 2012) and the start of the 2012 Summer Paralympics (29 August to 9 September 2012). Just a small reminder of how of London was blanketed with signs for London 2012 just a few years ago.
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