One particular commuter, photographer Bob Mazzer, spent the better part of 20 years documenting his daily commute to and from work, during the ‘70s and ‘80s. The result? A collection of revealing images that make the London Underground seem — in stark contrast to now — like a downright peaceful place. Difficult to imagine, right?
Snapping everything from first wave punks to young lovers sharing kisses to sleepy commuters rushing to work, it's a beautiful record of how the city once was.
Click here to see the entire collection of images, and reminisce on a time when rush hour didn’t equate to a human stampede. (BuzzFeed)