DescriptionExplore London, Wind Beneath or Feet.jpg
English: The photo was taken using an iPhone 5s device and it was kept in its original nature. It is submitted by Akos Revesz, who works on a London Underground, EPSRC (merged with EUED, i-STUTE consortium) and London South Bank University supported research project. The key objective of the project is to investigate the potential for utilising heat accumulated in the surroundings of the London Underground tunnels for low carbon heating. The picture captures research in action. The researcher is measuring wind speed using an anemometer, approximately 27 m below the ground in a disused station at York Road. The station is located between King's Cross and Caledonian Road and is permanently closed since 1932. The site is currently used only as a state of art technological testing facility. It is a fascinating ambience where many of the original features of the Tube stand the test of time.
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