On Saturday I had occasion to visit NAS HQ in London for a training session (for a full account click here) and had the opportunity to take some London Underground themed shots after I had finished.
Although I travelled to the event with someone else (who had specifically asked that we travel together as I knew my way to the venue and he was uncertain) he had things to do after the event, which left me free to go my own way at that point. We walked from King’s Cross to the venue, as I did not consider it worth the long descent to the Northern line at King’s Cross and then the ascent via the longest escalator in London at the other end for so short a journey. For the journey back, with only myself to consider I decided to use the underground, but not for a one-stop journey. In the end I went south on the Northern to Moorgate and changed there to the Met/ Circle/ Hammersmith & City lines to arrive at King’s Cross having only a short change to make.
As the good folks at Londonist have pointed out here, there is a lot of variation between roundels. While I did not see any really special examples, there were some quite nice ones which I captured…
SOME OTHER LONDON
UNDERGROUND THEMED PICTURES
In the course of this little journey I also got a few other pictures…
I am branch secretary of NAS West Norfolk and #actuallyautistic (diagnosed 10 years ago at the comparatively advanced age of 31). I am a keen photographer, so that most of my own posts contain photos. I am a keen cricket fan and often write about that subject. I also focus a lot on politics and on nature.
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