Collected images of street art from around Berlin from two work trips to the amazing city. Mainly graffiti, and there’s quite a few wall photos in here too.
Category Archives: Abandoned
The Senningen Zoo was opened in 1968 in Senningen, Luxembourg. Despite its extremely remote location, it is reported that in it’s first year of business it was host to 125,000 visitors. There is almost nothing available online that describes the Zoo, or its operation, until we hit the mid-seventies- when the zoo was hit with accusations […]
In November 2011 Paul and I were lucky enough to get tickets to an open day at Aldwych disused tube station. The following is the history of the station as well as some pictures. There is something to mention though. London Transport Museum and TFL still open the station up on rare occasion for group […]
This post consists of the photos and directions from a walk around some of West London’s abandoned stations. As with the previous from Park to Palace walk, the directions in this walk that are blue are paraphrased from the outstanding book ‘Do Not Alight Here’ by Ben Pedroche. I’ve watered down his directions drastically, as […]
The London Transport Museum, in conjunction with TFL, occasionally does ‘Vehicles on the Move’ days where they take old stock out of the depot and run it on the lines. On September 9th 2012, I went along to one of these days. They ran the historic Sarah Siddons engine with original (although very refurbished) Metropolitan […]
I have an obsession with old tube stations and train stations. Since I’m still on sick leave with this silly foot, and can’t walk, I’m posting some adventures I’ve had over the past few years from when I could walk. This first one is taken directly from a WONDERFUL book which I cannot recommend highly […]
Click on the photo below to head over to Off The Map – a gorgeous collection of graphic posters for disused stations. Clicking on each poster leads to information about the stations, including what bits of them remain and what you can see from passing trains.