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Are trains electric? - You bet they are. Look at all that sparky electricity fizzing out of this 1909 Underground map. It’s quite charming inside too:

Are trains electric?

You bet they are. Look at all that sparky electricity fizzing out of this 1909 Underground map. It’s quite charming inside too:

Are trains electric? Look at all that sparky electricity fizzing out of this 1909 Underground map. It’s quite charming inside too:

Are trains electric?

You bet they are. Look at all that sparky electricity fizzing out of this 1909 Underground map. It’s quite charming inside too:

A miscellany of the bits of London that got left behind and other graphic and architectural diversions

Leftover London: Photo

A miscellany of the bits of London that got left behind and other graphic and architectural diversions

Where to go in 1911 - .and how to get there, including the Festival of Empire at the Crystal Palace (below). London Map, London Underground, Crystal Palace, Ancient Art, Where To Go, Maps, Cards, Peta, Map

Where to go in 1911

..and how to get there, including the Festival of Empire at the Crystal Palace (below).

To celebrate its anniversary, the UK's mapping agency, Ordnance Survey, has produced a contemporary map of London in its original cartographic style from 1801

London now in 1801 map style

The Ordnance Survey is celebrating its 225th birthday by producing a map of modern London in 1801 cartographic style including, of course, numerous features not present two centuries ago - such as...

Transport for London has released another alternative version of the Tube map—and it’s actually really useful. The London transport manager has created a ‘Walk the Tube’ map, which shows how long it takes to totter between stations. London Tube Map, London Map, New London, London Travel, London Blog, London 2016, Oyster Card, London Underground, London Transport

Leftover London: Photo

A miscellany of the bits of London that got left behind and other graphic and architectural diversions

It’s 1935 and this is Harry Beck’s diagram of the route network of Imperial Airways the forerunner to BA. The famous to the right all the way to It would’ve taken 13 days to complete this journey, that’s now done in 17 hours by

Harry Beck’s other map

Harry Beck is, of course, best known for changing the face of transport mapping, with his original London Underground diagrammatic map in 1932. Three years later, applying the same principles, he...

Freelance illustrator and map designer from London based in Valencia, Spain, available for commissions and represented worldwide by the agency Illustration. To see my full portfolio please visit:. Freelance Illustrator, London City, Vintage World Maps, Illustration, Design, City Of London, Illustrations, Design Comics

Leftover London

thisismikehall: “ A test print of a new map of the City of London, which I’m putting the finishing touches to… Available soon! © Mike Hall ”

A miscellany of the bits of London that got left behind and other graphic and architectural diversions

Leftover London: Photo

A miscellany of the bits of London that got left behind and other graphic and architectural diversions