ЛОНДОНСКАЯ ПОДЗЕМКА 70-80-х НА ФОТОГРАФИЯХ БОБА МАЗЗЕРА
Young rockers proudly show off their tattoos.
Youths jump over the barriers.
Varying states of tiredness at Finsbury Park.
A punk girl in the late 1970s.
Personal space has always been at a premium.
Weary Londoners head home.
A young boy catches 40 winks.
Time travelling at Stockwell station.
A weary tourist on the Piccadilly Line.
A couple embrace in a crowded carriage.
Catching up on the latest news.
Not much has changed about the daily commute.
Not wanting the party to end, a couple of ladies head home with their drinks.
A family stop to have passport photos taken in a booth. Just 30p for 4.
Strange happenings at Euston.
A homeless chap sleeps beneath a tube map
A lady lights up on the tube in the 70's. Smoking was banned on London Underground in 1987 following the devastating King's Cross fire.
Two different generations head for home.
King's Cross kiss.
Going Down. A man waits for the lift to take him into Covent Garden tube station.
Young love appears to be too much for this gentleman.
Mobile phones were not available in the early eighties.
A young punk changes carriages.
This cowboy preffered to travel by tube.
Two young men proudly take their trophies home.
A busker takes a refreshment break.
A peaceful traveller.
A London Underground worker tries to get their point across.
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