London underground map zones

This map is the first of the schematic image maps which was the brainchild of Harry Beck. Harry was a temporarily employed electrical draughtsman who, on his own initiative, used his knowledge of circuit diagrams and applied it to the, then, current-day underground design by FHS to produce this 1933 map.

Harry Beck's Underground Map solved the problem of how to represent clearly and elegantly a dense, complex interweaving of train lines

Hampton Court, by Fred Taylor, 1929 - Poster and Artwork collection online from the London Transport Museum

Hampton Court, by Fred Taylor, 1929 - Poster and Artwork collection online from the London Transport Museum

Pioneering: This map shows how long it takes to walk between each of the stations on the London Underground

Tube bosses make map of long it takes to walk between stations

Tube Walking Map: London Underground Reveals Official Times Between Every Station

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Everything You Need To Know About The New Tube Map

A designer has created a set of standardised metro maps, for cities including London and New York, which he claims will help tourists find their way around

This Architect Has Painstakingly Standardized the World's Subway Maps - Jenny Xie - The Atlantic Cities

Cheese and Biscuits: London Restaurant Map 2012 >>  Here's some places to try - but no leaving zone 1 kids

With Zone 2 restaurants! Cheese and Biscuits: London Restaurant Map 2012 (now with added Zone

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London map - London tube map with attractions - Underground stations plan showing main points of interest, metro zones, landmarks, museums

This is a map off London underground and this show the order and the disorder of it.

This is a map off London underground and this show the order and the disorder of it.

London-tubemap.com is a different way to look at the London Underground system.

London designer Mark Noad has made a version of the London Underground map to be more geographically accurate. The original map by Harry Beck uses 45 degrees angles only.

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