Underpass Artworks of the British Isles

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Hyndland railway station - Wonderful Trains

Another bright and colourful ceramic tile mural designed by school children in the west end of Glasgow.

NS5567 : Wonderful Trains by Thomas Nugent
Part of the ceramic tile mural in the underpass at Hyndland Station. Created by pupils and staff of Hyndland Secondary School to mark Glasgow's reign as European City Of Culture in 1990. See also NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains & NS5567 : Wonderful Trains.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5567 : Hyndland railway station underpass by Thomas Nugent
Home to the "Wonderful Trains" ceramic tile mural.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5567 : Wonderful Trains by Thomas Nugent
Part of the ceramic tile mural in the underpass at Hyndland Station. Created by pupils and staff of Hyndland Secondary School to mark Glasgow's reign as European City Of Culture in 1990. See also NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains & NS5567 : Wonderful Trains.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5567 : Wonderful Trains by Thomas Nugent
Part of the ceramic tile mural in the underpass at Hyndland Station. Created by pupils and staff of Hyndland Secondary School to mark Glasgow's reign as European City Of Culture in 1990. See also NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains & NS5567 : Wonderful Trains.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5567 : Wonderful Trains by Thomas Nugent
Part of the ceramic tile mural in the underpass at Hyndland Station. Created by pupils and staff of Hyndland Secondary School to mark Glasgow's reign as European City Of Culture in 1990. See also NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains & NS5567 : Wonderful Trains.
by Thomas Nugent
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NS5567 : Wonderful Trains by Thomas Nugent
Part of the ceramic tile mural in the underpass at Hyndland Station. Created by pupils and staff of Hyndland Secondary School to mark Glasgow's reign as European City Of Culture in 1990. See also NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains, NS5567 : Wonderful Trains & NS5567 : Wonderful Trains.
by Thomas Nugent
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Bedminster railway station pedestrian underpass, Bristol

I have included some artworks which are just outside the underpass.
ST5871 : Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
Bedminster is the first station south of Temple Meads. Looking down the ramp towards the underpass where a mural of SS Great Britain can be seen.
by Thomas Nugent


ST5871 : Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
SS Great Britain appears to be perilously close to the White Cliffs of Dover in this mural in the subway.
by Thomas Nugent


ST5871 : Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
Fresh new murals at the entrance to the station.
by Thomas Nugent


ST5871 : Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
The underpass at the station, with its new mural panels and photos of days gone by.
by Thomas Nugent


ST5871 : Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
Artwork on the wall of one of the ramps to the platform.
by Thomas Nugent


ST5871 : Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
Colourful artwork on the wall of one of the ramps to the platforms.
by Thomas Nugent


ST5871 : Mural at Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
There are several murals which brighten up an otherwise fairly dull station. This new mural (a different mural can be seen here on Google streetview) depicts Victoria Park, St Mary Redcliffe Primary School, the colourful terraced houses and the towerblock on nearby Windmill Hill.
by Thomas Nugent


ST5871 : Mural at Bedminster railway station by Thomas Nugent
There are several murals which brighten up an otherwise fairly dull station. This new mural depicts a green Great Western locomotive and tender (a different mural, with a red loco, can be seen here on Google streetview).
by Thomas Nugent



Glasgow Commmonwealth Games murals

Under Central Station railway bridge by the River Clyde.
NS5864 : Sport murals under Central Station bridge by Thomas Nugent
In preparation for the 2014 Commonwealth Games which will be held in Glasgow.
by Thomas Nugent


NS5864 : Sport murals under Central Station bridge by Thomas Nugent
In preparation for the 2014 Commonwealth Games which will be held in Glasgow.
by Thomas Nugent


NS5864 : Sport murals under Central Station bridge by Thomas Nugent
In preparation for the 2014 Commonwealth Games which will be held in Glasgow.
by Thomas Nugent



Under the M8 Kingston Bridge by the River Clyde.
NS5764 : Under the M8 Kingston Bridge by Thomas Nugent
A large swimming sports mural on the north side of the bridge at Anderston Quay (the cyclist is real).
by Thomas Nugent


NS5865 : Under the M8 Kingston Bridge by Thomas Nugent
Looking from Argyle Street towards the swimming sports mural on the north side of the bridge.
by Thomas Nugent


NS5865 : Under the M8 Kingston Bridge by Thomas Nugent
Looking from Argyle Street towards the swimming sports mural on the north side of the bridge.
by Thomas Nugent



Tullycarnet, Dundonald

Pedestrian underpass under King's Road at Kinross Avenue.

J4073 : Mural, Tullycarnet, Dundonald (2) by Albert Bridge
The entrance to the subway on the northern side.
by Albert Bridge
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J4073 : Mural, Tullycarnet, Dundonald (3) by Albert Bridge
The mural close to the northern side of the subway.
by Albert Bridge
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Main Street Cambuslang

Near the raiway station.
NS6460 : Main street pedestrian subway by Thomas Nugent
Links the railway station to the north side of Main Street. The artwork is new, the artist is one of the people in the distance.

See also NS6460 : Main street pedestrian subway.
by Thomas Nugent


NS6460 : Main street pedestrian subway by Thomas Nugent
Links the railway station to the north side of Main Street. This is the north end of the subway.

See also NS6460 : Main street pedestrian subway.
by Thomas Nugent



Halesworth New Reach underpass

Moral messages aimed at young people where New Reach and a path pass under the A144 Saxons Way near the town centre.
TM3877 : To the Town Mural by Geographer
Under the A144 Saxons Way Bridge
(Close up)
by Geographer



TM3877 : Murals & path to the Town by Geographer
Under the A144 Saxons Way Bridge
by Geographer


TM3877 : To the Skatepark Mural by Geographer
Under the A144 Saxons Way Bridge
(Close up)
by Geographer




Westhumble subway near Burford Bridge



Sproughton pedestrian subway

Footpath under the A14 dual carriageway off Church Lane
TM1244 : Footpath & subway to Church Lane by Geographer
Off Church Lane
by Geographer
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TM1244 : Subway under the A14 by Geographer
Off Church Lane
by Geographer
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TM1244 : A splash of colour on the underpass by Adrian S Pye
The approved graffiti continues through to the other side.
by Adrian S Pye



Poplar, A12 underpass

This brightly lit tiled artwork can be found in the pedestrian subway under the A12 near Balfron Tower.


Loughborough, Browns Lane pedestrian subway

The subway links Queens park and Loughborough Leisure Centre which are on opposite sides of Browns Lane. I'm unsure if this is "official" graffiti or not.

SK5319 : Browns Lane underpass by Thomas Nugent
The leisure centre side of the underpass.
by Thomas Nugent
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SK5319 : Browns Lane underpass by Thomas Nugent
The leisure centre side of the underpass.
by Thomas Nugent
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SK5319 : Browns Lane underpass by Thomas Nugent
The Queens Park side of the underpass.
by Thomas Nugent
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Cambridge, Elizabeth Way

TL4658 : Mural, Elizabeth Way underpass by Keith Edkins
Each of the pedestrian / cycle underpasses under the Elizabeth Way roundabout was decorated with murals as a community project some years ago. They are coated with special varnish to make graffiti easier to remove. This one commemorates Stourbridge Fair, the largest trade fair in medieval Europe.
by Keith Edkins


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