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London Underground Map translated into German ©2004 Horst Prillinger. All rights reserved. Commercial use prohibited.

London Underground Map translated into German Horst Prillinger. All rights reserved. Commercial use prohibited.

1934 Central area lithograph in colours map of the Underground was printed Waterlow & Sons. While it keeps with the colours, 45 degree angles and general look of Harry Becks classic map design, this central area map does contain lots of variances. #London #Underground #Posters #Advertising #Retro #Vintage

100 London Underground Posters

1934 Central area lithograph in colours map of the Underground was printed Waterlow & Sons. While it keeps with the colours, 45 degree angles and general look of Harry Becks classic map design, this central area map does contain lots of variances.

Pocket Underground map (World Cup edition), 1966

Mind The Map

Fans of classic London Underground maps and posters are in for a treat this summer, as the London Transport Museum hosts an exhibition exploring over 100 years of historical materials and artworks created for the Underground.

actual london underground

shaded area showing parts of The Underground that are underground - Quirky Tube Maps, London Walking Tours

London Underground = Map of the Electric Railways of London - cover 1915  -Thank you @Melanie Kendell for this board...I hope you will check out mine, some very cool pins. I have written about the Underground Art Oisters, If interested check my board Underground Art Posters.

London Underground = Map of the Electric Railways of London - cover 1915 -Thank you @Melanie Kendell for this board...I hope you will check out mine, some very cool pins. I have written about the Underground Art Oisters, If interested check my board Underground Art Posters.

Map of Underground, 1919, printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd.

Christie’s selling collection of iconic London Underground posters from London Transport Museum archive

London Underground: 14 alternative Tube maps

represents the Doctor's multi-threaded history as a Tube map, with one transit line for each of the eleven doctors, and the various characters and aliens the Doctor encounters as stops

Hands up who’s jumped on the tube from Oxford Circus to Tottenham Court Road. Or Tower Gateway to Aldgate East? We’re all guilty of taking the easy way out on occasion, but is it really quicker? Well, it’s time to find out. Cartographic clever clogs Rod McLaren created a map (albeit in 2003!) showing which stations are under 500m apart and hence definitely easier to walk between.

Edward Tufte Forum London Underground Maps Worldwide Subway Maps Entrancing London Map With Underground Stations

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