Art On Track Mobile Garden

This is one way for commuters to relax on their hectic early morning trip to work – by sitting back and relaxing in a garden built in an UNDERGROUND TRAIN carriage. The bizarre mobile garden was created by Joseph Baldwin and a team of 10 volunteers, who painstakingly laid over 400 sods of grass throughout the train. Every inch of floor and seat space is covered in lush green plants and grass – making the normally stressful commuter carrier into a tranquil idyll.

This is one way for commuters to relax on their hectic early morning trip to work - by sitting back and relaxing in a garden built in an UNDERGROUND TRAIN carriage. The bizarre mobile garden was created by Joseph Baldwin and a team of 10 volunteers, who painstakingly laid over 400 sods of grass throughout the train. Every inch of floor and seat space is covered in lush green plants and grass - making the normally stressful commuter carrier into a tranquil idyll.

This is one way for commuters to relax on their hectic early morning trip to work - by sitting back and relaxing in a garden built in an UNDERGROUND TRAIN carriage. The bizarre mobile garden was created by Joseph Baldwin and a team of 10 volunteers, who painstakingly laid over 400 sods of grass throughout the train. Every inch of floor and seat space is covered in lush green plants and grass - making the normally stressful commuter carrier into a tranquil idyll.

This is one way for commuters to relax on their hectic early morning trip to work - by sitting back and relaxing in a garden built in an UNDERGROUND TRAIN carriage. The bizarre mobile garden was created by Joseph Baldwin and a team of 10 volunteers, who painstakingly laid over 400 sods of grass throughout the train. Every inch of floor and seat space is covered in lush green plants and grass - making the normally stressful commuter carrier into a tranquil idyll.

This is one way for commuters to relax on their hectic early morning trip to work - by sitting back and relaxing in a garden built in an UNDERGROUND TRAIN carriage. The bizarre mobile garden was created by Joseph Baldwin and a team of 10 volunteers, who painstakingly laid over 400 sods of grass throughout the train. Every inch of floor and seat space is covered in lush green plants and grass - making the normally stressful commuter carrier into a tranquil idyll.