Furtive kisses, sleeping workers and Northern Line revellers; these evocative photos capture a bygone era on the London Underground - when drivers smoked pipes, beggars wore suits and Oyster cards were still a distant dream.
The black and white collection depict a moment in time before modernisation, when commuters could smoke in the coach and tickets were bought from machines for mere pennies.
Photographer Mike Goldwater captured the interactions on the Tube during the 1970s, recording the lives of the millions travelling across the capital each day.
Goldwater travelled from station to station for ten years looking to take a snapshot of a fleeting moment in time on the hectic underground service.
All walks of life were recorded, including school children, beggars, animals and lovers and feature in a new book, London Underground 1970-80.