Underground stations, people travel through them daily on their way to work and back again in the evenings without ever really appreciating what magnificent buildings they are.
Opened in 1902 the Berlin U-Bahn, the most extensive in Germany, boasts 173 such stations, each with its own unique flavour.
Many are now appreciated for their distinct design and styling and are being listed as protected buildings of historic interest.
They offer a unique opportunity for the photographer to capture some impressive examples of interior architecture with all transportation included.
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© Andrew James Kirkwood – 2018