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UNDERGROUND RAILWAY MAP


NUMBER 1 • 1937

NUMBER 1 • 1937


NUMBER 1 • 1938


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NUMBER 2 • 1938

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UNDERGROUND MAP


Number 1 1939

Number 2 1939


Number 3 1939

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No. 1, 1947

1246/3594F/250M.


LONDON

This series of maps published from 1957 through 1972 and produced principally for the tourist visitor, is somewhat ambiguously titled LONDON. One side has a large detailed map of London showing the Underground lines in their proper colours, plus British Rail services (in black and white), all bus roads (outlined in grey), and Green Line coach routes (as green lines, naturally). The reverse has a small black and white diagrammatic map of the Underground, sketches of many tourist sites and their nearest Underground stations, plus an assortment of textual information.


[1957]
1156/26340/200M

[1957]

[1957]

[1958]
658/1309M/250,000 (A)

1959
1158/2729M/250,000 (A)

1960

959/2434M/250,000

1961

1060/2512M/250,000

1962

1061/3033M/250,000

1963

1162/3131M/250,000

1964

1163/3230E/250,000

1965

1064/3703/250,000

1966

266/346z/250M


[1967]

1266/3871Z/250,000

[1968]

[1969]

169/192Z/250M

1970

270/572M/250M

1971

271/1478M/250M

1972
472/2073M/250000


London’s Railways

The short run of London’s Railways maps that appeared from 1973 to 1975 was a continuation of the previous LONDON series. However, the main map changed from a geographic to digrammatic representation of all local railways in London. They also included a black and white map of the Underground’s central area, and showed the travel connections between the Main Line railway stations.


1973

173/M/300,000

1974

274/1333M/500,000

1974

1974

1975

675/2553M/500,000


London Connection(s)


[1982]

[June 1983]

P00239/A500/683

[198x]

14 May 1984
The London Connection: A powerful combination around London. Inside is a large diagrammatic rail map of Greater London with the Undergound included in colour. The leaflet also has Intercity connections, bus and rail fare zones and a Central Area bus map. This is a glossy full-colour DL-size leaflet (21 cm × 9.5 cm / 8¼" × 3¾") that folds out to 24 panels.

21 May - 4 October 1987

5 October 1987 - 15 May 1988

15 May 1989 - 13 May 1990
◀ This map covers the whole of the SouthEast rail network on one side, with the London Underground and London rail network on the other side.

10 May 1992 - 16 May 1993

BO1817/A750/5-92-5-93

[October 1998]
until 29th May 1999

BC9809 28.9.98
◀ A DL-size leaflet that folds out into a large colour map of the SouthEast rail lines that also shows the availbility of Network Railcards on one side. On the other side there is a large map of the London area, showing connections with the London Underground services.
[October 2000]
until 19th May 2001

ATOC/LS September 2000 18.9.2000

May 2001

May 2007

January 2008

May 2008

14th December 2008

LCL1208 20.11.2008

13th December 2009

LCL1209 29.10.2009

January 2007
◀ This fold-out London Connections map shows the railways in and around London geographically rather than the usual diagrammatic layout. The map has the greater London area on one side and a Central London enlargement on the other. Dated January 2007, the map folds out to 42 × 69 centimetres (16½ × 27¼ inches) in size.
This map was also produced in a smaller 30 cm × 49 cm (11¾" × 19¼") format that was otherwise identical except for the cover title. ▶

January 2007


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