Would you believe us if we tell you that at the price of one subway ticket, you can gain access to the world’s largest underground art museum? Stockholm Subway (Tunnelbana) in Sweden is now an interesting place for the Train passengers. This is the case of almost all the subway stations in Sweden Capital. There are amazing instances of perfect art. The photos represent many of Stockholms subway stations like Solna Centrum Station. The artist brought to life Cave like scenarios here. The Stockholm subway or metro system is world’s longest art exhibit – over 110 kilometers long. Traveling with subway is like traveling through an art exhibition that extends from the artistic pioneers of the 50’s to the art of today.

The artists of these photos are Andres Aberg and karl-Olov Bjor. First subway station was built in 1950 here and the drawings were installed shortly after. Now, out of the 100 stations of Stockholm, 90 are covered with artworks such as these. These drawings are the creations of over 150 artists. When someone speaks about exhibitions for drawings, the 110km (68.3 miles) underground railway system is easily the largest exhibition in the world.

Here is the list of locations of Stockholm subway art:

Blue line:
Kungsträdgården
T-centralen
Rådhuset
Solna Centrum
Tensta

Green line:
Hötorget
Thorildsplan
Bagarmossen

Red line:
Tekniska Högskolan
Stadion

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Why there isn’t more this kind of subway art? This transportation art is example for every other city.