Artist Ross Ashmore has embarked on an ambitious task of painting all 267 London Underground Stations.
So far he has completed 210 and the project has taken him 3 years.
To coincide with this year's 150th Anniversary of London Underground, he will finally complete all the paintings, of all the stations, this summer.Ross' paintings are about to go on display for one month in a pop-up gallery that Londoners can visit for free.
The show runs from 4th March - 5th April at the Space gallery in Southgate.
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