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Down the Tube

Wednesday 21 September 2011

Paul Baldesare

Friend of In-public Paul Baldesare has released a book of his inspirational set of underground pictures entitled “Down the Tube”

Paul says; “The pictures in Down the Tube were taken nearly twenty five years ago, over a three year period. Its interesting to look back now and see the social and cultural changes that have taken place since the late 1980’s. The Underground hasn’t changed that much it is still one of the most familiar aspects of traveling in and around London but to take a similar set of pictures today would I believe be a great deal more challenging with the increased awareness of the camera and the flood of tourists and visitors creating a much busier network”.

You can buy a copy here

Posted by Matt Stuart

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