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Subway Love

New York City during the was an entirely different kind of city than it is today. Street photographer Richard Sandler spent much of the decade capturing the urban grit found along the busy.

Subway - Bruce Davidson

Going underground once more

The New York City subway of today is what one might lightly call “starkly different” from its predecessors. In the over 250 felonies were committed every week in the system, making the New York subway the most dangerous mass transit system in the world.

What happens when you ignore geography and re-imagine a simpler subway map? A visually stunning - and striking - circular map that challenges your notion of the city's landscape.

Concentric Circles Map of the New York City Subway System

Circular New York: Reimagining New York's Subway System in Concentric Circles. A new MTA map design by mapmaker Max Roberts renders the New York subway lines in concentric circles, emphasizing their connectivity over location.

Photographer Bob Mazzer spent two decades commuting to work and back on the tube. As he travelled, he used his Leica M4 and his own unique perspective to capture Londoners, commuters and tourists as they journeyed through the capital's network of tunnels. Here is a small collection of his work, some of which was first shown in a GLC exhibition at the Royal Festival Hall in the 1980's.

London Underground in the 1970s/80s

Photographer Bob Mazzer spent two decades commuting to work and back on the tube. As he travelled, he used his Leica and his own unique perspective to capture Londoners, commuters and tourists as they journeyed through the capital's network of tunnels.

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