On 30th March, the latest London Underground ‘Chandra’s London’ installations opened on Hammersmith and Green Park Stations. Together, these represent a significant population across central and west London adding to the population reached across East London through the installations at Whitechapel and DLR Cutty Sark Stations. The launch event organised by Ann Gavaghan who is leading the project for TFL included senior manager, Jerry Piper, together with personnel from the stations who had participated in the photostory. To represent the Oxford University Women’s Boat Club, the winning team for last year’s Boat Race, Maddy Badcott, the 2016 President was present, Alice Wolvey represented Fulham Palace. Images from both are included in the installation representing the world outside the station. Chris Reynolds, Community Safety Manager for Hammersmith & Fulham brought several colleagues and the borough have just become the latest addition to the project reaching out to schools with ‘The Heartstone Odyssey’ and ‘Chandra’s London’. The Green Park installation includes images from the historic St James’ area secured with special ‘behind the scenes’ access for the photography organised with the help of St. James’ Conservation Trust. Next installations to open later in the year will be at Canada Water and Northfields.