Photo Spot Details
Explore the different lines. They each have their own character. The architecture is sometimes distinguished and the signage is of course iconic. Compare the main photo’s 1940s restraint (St John’s Wood, a grade II listed station) with the second photo’s ‘in-your-face’ brutalism (Westminster). The third photograph leaves you in no doubt where it was taken. Photography is permitted on the Underground but the use of tripods is not. The rush hours are best avoided, for obvious reasons. If you want to take a shot without people, early Saturday morning can be good. The shot of St John’s Wood was taken at 9:00 a.m. On any weekday, the shot here would have been impossible; by 10:00 on Saturday, the weekend shoppers have begun to stir themselves.