1 of 8 The Faces and Places exhibition features old prints of London accompanied by new poetry and is appearing in the city's tube stations.
2 of 8 The posters come from a joint project between London Underground, the Museum of London and numeorus commnunity groups and will appear at stations such as Liverpool Street and King's Cross until 12 July.
3 of 8 Young and old people from King's Cross and Tower Hamlets penned poems to match the prints in the project that supports and strengthens relations within London's diverse communities.
4 of 8 The images reflect the life of Londoners through the ages.
5 of 8 London Underground began commissioning posters in 1908.
6 of 8 Street scenes feature heavily in the new posters.
7 of 8 The posters reflect the diversity of London's population.
8 of 8 The aim is to relieve the boredom of tube travellers as they make their way around the capital.