20 new ways of looking at the London Underground

Millions of us use it everyday. But photographer Yangchen Lin has captured a side of the Tube most of us probably miss. Gaps, puddles and colourful characters.

You can see an exhibition of his work at the Subway Gallery near Edgware Road from 14-22 March 2014.

Saturday night on the Bakerloo Line

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Rocket-powered tortoise

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Oval station staircase

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Accelerating to cruising speed on the Central Line

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Fake cleaning lady, King's Cross St. Pancras, Saturday night

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Big Brother

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Mind The Gap

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Typical British weather, Chancery Lane

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London Overdose, District Line

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Central Line, once nicknamed the Twopenny Tube

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One of the stations in the original underground network of 1863

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The descent into Russell Square station

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Transformations at Hammersmith

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Metropolitan No 1 steam locomotive pulls into Farringdon station

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Newsprint abandoned on the platform

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Leaving the surface platforms of Barbican station

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Caledonian Road station

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Panic button, morning rush hour at Holborn station

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Entrance to Piccadilly Circus station

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Arsenal station

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