The construction project by the blind Johan Venninen was recorded in photographs from the 1950s.
The first shipment of spent nuclear fuel left for the Soviet Union 33 years ago.
Relaxing music is always playing at the studio of the fashion photographer Kari Pulkkinen.
The ‘Todelliset valheet’ (True lies) exhibition presented the 1970s underground.
Breakdance and Dingo attracted an audience in 1985.
In 1975, press photographers in Helsinki were kept busy by the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE).
Erkki Voutilainen photographed the rural change.
Photographer Jarmo Kontiainen participated in a staged trial in Sodankylä.
News photographs followed the construction of the Helsinki Metro from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Back in the day, a printing plate was first prepared
A capsule containing nuclear waste from the Loviisa nuclear power plant is being transferred into a Soviet special train in 1981. Photo: Lauri Sorvoja, JOKA, National Board of Antiquities (JOKALS22A:7)
Olli Lyytikäinen hangs a work of art for the ‘Todelliset valheet’ exhibition in the Kluuvi gallery in 1970. Photo: Kari Pulkkinen, JOKA, National Board of Antiquities (JOKAKP2_06Ih:3)
Free rides on the Metro on the Hakaniemi–Herttoniemi route on Helsinki Day, 12 June 1981. Photo: Jukka Uotila / Uusi Suomi / JOKA / National Board of Antiquities