1920s London Underground Posters Remind Us That Trains Are Wonderful

1920s London Underground Posters Remind Us That Trains Are Wonderful

Had a lot of fun designing a cover for London Underground by Design. Here's a few work-in-progress shots.

Had a lot of fun designing a cover for London Underground by Design. Here's a few work-in-progress shots.

Artist Ewing Paddock's three-year project of making paintings of people in the London Underground

Artist Ewing Paddock's three-year project of making paintings of people in the London Underground

All Yours for a Ticket; by P Cottingham, 1916 Today the London Underground network serves 270 stations and runs throughout greater London. (The Central Line, for example, is 46 miles (74km) in length; the Piccadilly Line is 44.3 miles (71km) in length.) You can see more examples of London Underground posters covering all aspects of life in the capital here. Picture: London Transport Museum

All Yours for a Ticket; by P Cottingham, 1916 Today the London Underground network serves 270 stations and runs throughout greater London. (The Central Line, for example, is 46 miles (74km) in length; the Piccadilly Line is 44.3 miles (71km) in length.) You can see more examples of London Underground posters covering all aspects of life in the capital here. Picture: London Transport Museum

Artist Ewing Paddock's three-year project of making paintings of people in the London Underground

Artist Ewing Paddock's paintings of people on the London Underground

Artist Ewing Paddock's three-year project of making paintings of people in the London Underground

Abandoned London Underground - a disused ticket office between Euston’s Bank and Charing Cross Branch platforms

Abandoned London Underground: 10 (More) Derelict Tube Stations & Deserted Platforms - Page 2 of 10

Abandoned London Underground - a disused ticket office between Euston’s Bank and Charing Cross Branch platforms

Please Mind The Gap: Liverpool To London Euston      Cut Out Train tickets on canvas    2011   5”x 4”  Sold

Please Mind The Gap: Liverpool To London Euston Cut Out Train tickets on canvas 2011 5”x 4” Sold

New interiors in 1936: more seating, better lighting and ventilation and a more streamlined shape. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

New interiors in 1936: more seating, better lighting and ventilation and a more streamlined shape. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

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