Shepherd's Bush Underground Station, London, England
This is Shepherd's Bush Station, one of the only few stations on the network where there is a central platform isle. The Central Line on the London Underground is one of the busiest lines on the whole network. From tomorrow this line will see a massive increase and influx of passengers using it as it serves the Olympic village and also it is the opening ceremony tomorrow. Without this line the Olympics would struggle to run so it is going to be an interesting few weeks here in London when the Olympics are on.
I really hope that the Olympics and the transport logistics go according to plan and to any of my followers who are here in London visiting or coming to the games or both :-), here is to London 2012 :-).
If I am around in London and you are too drop me a message on here or Twitter and I'll try my best to say hello :-)
On a separate note I got some good news yesterday in that one of my entries to Landscape Photographer of the Year competition has been shortlisted. I am really happy as last year I too had one shortlisted and it finally got highly commended. Still long way to go this year but you never know.
This is the one I have had shortlisted this year
I also have some other good news however this will have to wait to my next upload for me to tell you :-).
Sony Alpha DSLR-A700
Samyang 8mm F3.5 MC Fisheye
Shepherd's Bush is a London Underground station in the district of Shepherd's Bush, which is located in west London, England, United Kingdom. The station is on the Central Line, between White City and Holland Park stations, and it lies in Travelcard Zone 2.
The station originally opened in 1900, but was closed for eight months in 2008 while the surface station building was replaced with a completely new structure and the underground station refurbished.
A number of stations in the area both past and present have borne the name Shepherd's Bush; today the Central Line station shares its name with the adjacent London Overground Shepherd's Bush station, with which it shares a surface-level interchange.
An entirely separate London Underground station, Shepherd's Bush Market on the Circle Line and Hammersmith & City Lines is located approximately 1⁄3-mile (500 m) away. Until 2008, it too was called Shepherd's Bush until it was renamed to avoid confusion.