Doug Poll's photos


  • Ongar Cravens

    Ongar Station, the original eastern end of the Central Line on the London Underground. The train comprises of two 1960's Driving Motor cars, 3906 and 3907 and a 1938 centre or trailer car 4927. The unit ran from Ongar to within 200 metres of the current…

  • Poppies at the Tower of London

    Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red an art installation of 888,246 ceramic poppies. Created by the ceramic artist Paul Cummins. setting by stage designer Tom Piper.

  • Greenland Dock cormorant and bicycle sculpture

    This sculpture of cormorant on a post and bicycle, part of the Sustrans Portrait Bench Sculpture Project is dedicated to the memory of keen cyclist and local resident Barry Mason. He helped in large part to the success of Surrey Docks Farm. www.sustrans…


  • Heathrow Airport T2 light sculpture

    Light sculpture on the top floor of the departure lounge at T2 London Heathrow, photographed during the passenger trials.

  • Heathrow Airport T2 light sculpture

    Light sculpture on the top floor of the departure lounge at T2 London Heathrow, photographed during the passenger trials.

  • Stem for "Flying Gate" frame

    Trevor Jarvis modified Cinelli stem to match lug work of my "Flying Gate" frame.


  • "Flying Gate"

    My new cycle frame, No.1 of ten Jubilee Special "Flying Gate" frames, hand made by Trevor jarvis. More details on this frame design can be found at www.tjcycles.co.uk

  • Metropolitan Underground Steam

    08.12.2013. Steam hauled special journeys on the London Metropolitan Underground between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Uxbridge to mark 150 years of the London Underground. Locomotive L150 with 1892 'Jubilee' Carriage 353 and 1950's ex British Rail 4TC coaches…

  • Gare de Limoges-Bénédictins (87)

    Station designed by architect Roger Gonthier


  • Old cart in Bagat-en-Quercy (46)

    Old cart in friends garden.

  • Aqueduc Romain du Gier (69)

    Roman Aqueduct constructed in the 1st century AD. Arches du Plat de l'air, 550 metres long with 92 arches, the largest being 10m high and 4.5 m wide

  • pente d'eau de montech (82)

    443m 3% water slope invented by Jean Aubert, completed in 1974. The pente has been non operational for some years now. Restoration is or will be undertaken according to reports in 2012.


  • Le Pont-Canal de Briare (45)

    Aqueduct close to Châtillon-sur-Loire Designed by engineers Léonce-Abel Mazoyer and Charles Sigault. Gustave Eiffel completed the masonry abutments and piers between 1890 & 1896. 662.7 meters long, 11.5 wide. The ornamental columns at each end are in imit…

  • Sunset from the Shard

    Sunset over the London Eye from the Shard 01.02.2013

  • Tower Bridge & City Hall

    Tower Bridge and City Hall, view from the Shard 01.02.2013


  • Keirin Racing Herne Hill Velodrome 26_08_2012

    One of the heats from the Keirin Racing at Herne Hill on 26_08_2012

  • K2 Telephone Kiosk

    Grade II Listed K2 Telephone Kiosk located at the South end of Wren Road 1927, by Giles Gilbert Scott, cast iron with domed roof

  • Lumix GH2

    Current camera in video mode


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