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Subterranean London by Bradley L. Garrett

Published Jan 6, 2015

“Subterranean London: Cracking the Capital” is a new book by Bradley L. Garrett documenting photographic material from 12 anonymous explorers and “place hackers”.

He explains more in an interview for Slate:

“Every city has its own unique underground, but the spaces under London are particularly expansive and diverse. Among the sights to be seen are hundreds of miles of sewer systems, electricity and telecommunications tunnels, more than a dozen abandoned metro stations, and Cold War bunkers.”

All of the places in Garrett’s book were accessed and photographed (often using a handful of tripods and LED lights) without permission.

More photography inspiration via Slate

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