For the first time ever, works by some of the world's leading photographers past and present - including Sam Taylor-Johnson OBE, Nick Knight OBE, Sir Cecil Beaton, and Juergen Teller - have gone on display in the iconic Westminster Underground station as part of a new 'Free the Night' exhibition.
This innovative display, delivered in partnership with Annin Arts Gallery, features 24 large-scale photographic works - some 9 foot by 6 foot in size - arranged in the station's alcoves.
The pieces celebrate the capital's rich history of arts and culture and capture a range of perspectives on the night time and its possibilities for those passing through the station.
The works include a 1920s ballroom dance by Sir Cecil Beaton, American rock legend Bruce Springsteen captured outside Hammersmith Odeon in 1979 by Chalkie Davies, and a photograph of a Tube worker on his way home taken by iconic British fashion and portrait photographer Rankin.
Take a look at a selection of the photographs below.