Mapping the Jubilee Line above ground.

While using the Jubilee Line to look at social mobility I took a set of photos below ground at each of the twenty-seven stations. To link with my journey on the tube I made a journey above ground, tracing it’s sinuous route as it crosses London, my footsteps mirroring the tracks below. The following twenty seven photos are the result of my visual mapping and roughly coincide with the twenty-seven stations. However, they should be read as photos in their own right and as such I haven’t given them any captions.

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