An abandoned tunnel in the network of tunnels between the three Tube lines of London Euston Underground Station, now used for ventilation of the Victoria Line
A window inside the old Millennium Mills building, looking out on to the still undeveloped areas of the Docklands.
In the old Millennium Mills many of the floors have been removed, showing a clear view all the way up to the top of the mill.
This old poster lies abandonded in some of the hidden areas of St Pauls Cathedral, describing old plans.
A spiral staircase twists up inside St Pauls Cathedral. This beautiful staircase is a popular location for filming.
Old ventilation plant on the upper levels of the old Derby Infirmary Royal site, now demolished.
The old, victorian wing of Derby Infirmary Royal was abandoned and left to decay. Here the canteen slowly crumbles, a fading institution. How does this reflect on the NHS?
This tunnel was once the underground lobby for the lifts to the surface. Long abandonded, it now serves as ventilation, storage and maintenence access.
Once this tunnel connected the two branches of the Northern Line at London Euston, allowing passangers to change from one to the other. There is even a ticket office, as when created the lines were run by different companies.
Long out of passenger service, the tunnels now provide maintenence access and vital cable route for the modern infrastructure of the Underground.
An old staircase once used to carry commuters between busy underground train lines, now used only for maintenence and infrastructure.
This long shaft is now used for ventilation of the Northern and Victoria lines - the lifts it used to contain long replaced by the many escalators and interconnecting passages built since the station was first conceived.
Now a long, solitary ladder provides an means of emergency access.
Behind the public face of the tube exist miles of hidden tunnels and cupboards, containing the vital electrical and mechanical infrastructure that keeps London moving.