Canary Wharf station, designed by British architect Norman Foster, is the second busiest on the London Underground outside Central London after Stratford and has over 40 million users every year. The architecture provides many photographic opportunities.
The first of the "behind the scene" shots at night were filed in error; is actually an "above the scene". It shows the distinctive canopy to the escalator exit, but its the one from the other end of the hall, taken from my desk at the time. Zooming above it, you can see the Gherkin and Cheese Grater. The seen has now gone - the cranes have been replaced by another high-rise apartment block.
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