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Saturday, August 9th, 2008
4:09 pm
[top_geezer]
Cans Festival Tunnel
There is, literally, an underground exhibition of graffiti art at the Cans Festival Tunnel , Leake Street, Waterloo. Check map.

                                     

The exhibtion will run until the 30 September.

There are many different images by many different artists so come and view the exhibition and if the weather is as it is today you can shelter from the rain too.
Wednesday, June 6th, 2007
1:38 pm
[silverfiligree]
Kensal Green Cemetery Open Day
This year's Open Day is on Sunday, July 8th details within.

And why is it suitable for this community? Because they have a Catacomb :o) Even better, yours truly will be guiding some of the Catacomb tours. Please come along and laugh at my inept mumbling partake of my expertise.
Tuesday, April 17th, 2007
9:06 pm
[blue_condition]
Subterranea Britannica one-day conference
Thought this might be of interest to this community as it's London and underground, if not London Underground:

Details here.

Sub Brit has a mix of people interested in all aspects of man's use of natural or artificial underground spaces - with a slight bias towards the Cold War and (mostly disused) railway infrastructure.

Nothing on LU at this year's conference but there is a talk on the Berlin U-Bahn.
Thursday, January 11th, 2007
3:42 pm
[m31andy]
Walk?
I'm fancying (finally) doing the Parkland Walk up at Finsbury Park one weekend fairly soonish. Anyone else want to join me?

Current Mood: amused
Wednesday, October 25th, 2006
10:16 am
[morbidfrog]
Subterranean & Sub_Urban London lectures at the Tate
This could be of interest for people in this community:

Subterranean London
Christian Wolmar

Friday 3 November 2006, 19.00–20.00

Known by its logo, defined by lines on a map, the London Underground was such an audacious creation that no other city tried to copy it for forty years. Leading transport critic and author of Subterranean Railway: A Social History of the Tube (2004), Christian Wolmar talks through the history of this feat of imagination and construction. 


Tate Britain  Duffield Room
Free, no bookings taken
Limited seating. Tickets available from the Rotunda Information Desk on the night 

Sub-Urban London
Alan Williams

Friday 3 November 2006, 20.15–21.00

Alan Williams. The bascules underneath Tower Bridge
Alan Williams
The bascules underneath Tower Bridge
© Alan Williams

In collaboration with architects AEM, photographer Alan Williams researched and documented some of the unique hidden spaces beneath the London’s pavements including the Westminster camera control; the catacombs at Kensal Green Cemetery; the shoe lasts for clients at John Lobb, Bootmakers; the vaults of the British Library and the cable runs into the City of London. Presenting his images, Williams explains how he discovered and gained access to these extraordinary places. .

Tate Britain  Duffield Room
Free, no bookings taken
Limited seating. Tickets available from the Rotunda Information Desk on the night

Saturday, September 23rd, 2006
7:14 pm
[naxos]
If this isn't in keeping with the ethos of this community I don't know what is.

Antony Clayton - Underground LondonCollapse )
Friday, September 22nd, 2006
11:56 am
[hellectricity]
Underground Art
There's an art exhibiiton at the Conference Centre, St Pancras Hospital, 4 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PE that has a few pieces of art inspired by under London and they are available for purchase should you fancy them. Its open Mon-Fri 9am-6pm and the show closes on 6th October.

There's a set of three black and white horse stables under Camden and they're known as 'The Camden Horse Brick Tunnels'. There's also one large photograph of the developments under Kings Cross some sort of sci-fi style tunnel thing. So go and have a gander and its free to get in.

Full details below:

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