London Underground

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Over the next couple of weeks, we'll be going #LondonUnderground mad - welcome to our next social media campaign! Like what you see? Head over to our Twitter, Facebook and Google + accounts for more...

London Just Did A Great Thing For Tourists| tube map that names sights instead of stations (with the exception of Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square) #travel #london

Tourist Tube Map — London Transportation, Attractions

A London tube map has been designed specifically for tourists, making sightseeing around the capital a whole lot easier.

Hand-Drawn Map of London | Shop & Buy Curated, High-Quality Products

Fancy is the place for you to find unique, high-quality products curated by our global community. Discover the things you love, and buy it all in one place!

Your guide to using the Tube in London. #publictransit #travel #underground

Your Guide to Using the Tube in London

Welcome to London! Once you figure out the dollar-to-sterling exchange rate (currently hovering around 1.6 dollars to the British pound) and realize how...

The Tate Gallery By Tube; by David Booth of the agency Fine White Line, 1986. ‘The Tate Gallery By Tube’ poster was commissioned for Art on the Underground, a poster-commissioning initiative launched in 1986. | Forgotten London Underground posters - Telegraph

Forgotten London Underground posters

Check out this 'geographically accurate' map of London's underground. Thank goodness for the simple version we are used to :)

The Best & Worst Subway Map Designs From Around the World

What makes a subway map well designed? Check out some of the world's best and worst subway maps and see how they differ in complexity, abstraction, and style.

This is a whole new way of looking at the good old tube map.

HuffPost is now a part of Verizon Media

Unless you’re a property mogul or have some sort of Margaret Thatcher-esque arrangement with the Ritz, look away now. Because the clever yet fiendishly cruel bods at Thrillist have joined forces with...

13 Abandoned Stations & Disused Platforms of the London Underground

Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon

Explore 13 abandoned stations and silent, disused platforms of the London Underground aka the Tube, including Down Street, Aldwych, Brompton Road and more.

1924: ‘Take them to the zoo’ | 20 Gorgeous Vintage Posters For The London Underground

20 Gorgeous Vintage Posters For The London Underground

With thanks to the London Transport Museum.

The Tate Gallery by Tube, by David Booth of the agency Fine White Line (1987)


The Tate Gallery by Tube, by David Booth of the agency Fine White Line (1987)

A circular tube map. | 17 London Underground Maps You Never Knew You Needed  #london #underground #map

A circular tube map.

Some map porn for cartophiles. Is that a thing? Regardless, these are delightful.

There are about 40 abandoned or relocated stations on the Underground network along its entire 255 miles (408Km) of trackway.

27 Extraordinary Facts About The London Underground

The Tube is the smelly, dirty but incredibly useful heart of London. Here are a few things you might not know about it.

Tube through the decades: Interior of 70's London underground train

150 years of the London underground – in pictures

See historic photographs charting the changing face of London's underground network, from its launch 150 years ago to date

Alternative #Tube map - #London #fashion

Alternative #Tube map - #London #fashion

In 1913 designer Max Gill was commissioned to brighten up the #LondonUnderground - the Wonderground Map of London Town was born.

9 Wonderful Details From A Hundred-Year-Old Map Of The London Underground

100 years ago a designer reimagined the London Underground map, with spectacular results.

Save it for a rainy day: umbrellas lovingly labelled and stored at the TfL lost property office. All 12,000 of them. This is a lovely little #photography project documenting the parts of us we leave behind on public transport.

51,000 books, 27,000 phones, 12,000 umbrellas, several thousand

Last year 246,241 items were haded in at the TfL lost property office, of which roughly 52,000 were reunited with their rightful owners. They included all of the above, as well as sets of keys, pills and other medication, purses, wallets, cameras, cash, iPads, food and children's toys, all of which have been found on the Tube, the buses or in a black London cab.

1924: 'Brightest London'

20 Gorgeous Vintage Posters For The London Underground

With thanks to the London Transport Museum.