St. James's Park Tube Station (London, United Kingdom 2017)
St. James's Park is one of my favorite areas in London to explore. Located next to Buckingham Palace, it's the capital's oldest park, where the Royal Family used to hunt wild boar (a long time ago). The city has grown a lot since then. In 1868, an Underground Tube station was opened adjacent to the park, linking South Kensington and Westminster.
I snapped this iPhone photo from the tube, right before the doors closed, on my way to the Royal Geographic Society. As the station wasn't too crowded, I quickly composed the old station sign along with the waiting man, sitting on the bench, a very mundane scene which always catches my eye.