Stockholm Metro

Subterranean chambers blasted through rock up to 150 feet below the surface comprise many of the Stockholm Metro stations on the “Blue Line”, pictured here, which opened in 1975. Vividly painted, unvarnished stone accentuates the sense of vault. Colors shown in these images are actual, without digital enhancement or other modification. The Hasselblad ArcBody architectural (film) camera was used for this photography.

 

click to view image   T-Centralen Station
click to view image   T-Centralen ceiling
click to view image   T-Centralen passage
click to view image   Radhuset Station
click to view image   Radhuset elevator and escalator shaft
click to view image   Fridhemsplan passage
click to view image   Solna Centrum Station, Southeast Portal
click to view image   Solna Centrum murals show scenes of development and change in the Swedish northland
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click to view image   Akalla Station
click to view image   Kungstradgarden Station
click to view image   Kungstradgarden decor
click to view image   Kungstradgarden sculpture on platform
click to view image   Vastra Skogen elevator
click to view image   Sundbybergs Centrum Station
click to view image   Sundbybergs Centrum platform. Representative of area housing up to the early 1900s.
click to view image   Stadion Station
click to view image   Nackrosen Station
click to view image   Vreten Station

 

Solna Centrum Station, Northwest Portal

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