Day 4 of my week long mini-series on shots from the London underground network.
Interestingly, though the network is indeed called the London Underground the majority of it, nearly 60%, is actually overground and not in the depths of long winding tunnels.
This image was taken while heading out to a photowalk with Dylan, John and Jay, and was from the front of a DLR train which is operated without a driver, hence why a front seat on this train is possible. The windows were shockingly poor to shoot through, quite thick and with lots of grime, but I managed to salvage this exposure somewhat in order to process it and, though dark, clean it up quite a bit. Luck played a strong part with the train in the opposing station pulling out as we came in.
I hope you can join me tomorrow for the last show in this mini-series, it’s certainly one of my favourites of the week.