This is a typical weekday morning scene at Clapham Junction station in South London. In this photo you can only see 3 or 4 platforms, but the station has 17 platforms, constantly in use. Roughly 2,000 trains pass through the station each and everyday, making it the busiest railway station in Europe in terms of the number of trains that visit. Roughly 430,000 pass through the station each weekday; quite a few of them to work at National Geographic Channel Head Quarters in Shepherds Bush.
Those who make the trip by train from South London to Shepherds Bush in West London, have to cross the Thames. This photo was taken looking South towards Wandsworth, where you can see the new developments of riverside flats that have sprung up along the Thames during the property boom of the last decade.
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