See How They Run

since 8th August 1999

London Underground Tube Station Maps

Angel, as rebuilt in the early nineties (63k)

Bank / Monument monochrome (28k) and colour (67k)

Bond Street: 1970s reconstruction for the Jubilee Line, which was known as the Fleet Line during the planning phase (140k)

Camden Town station and junction (45k) or junction (13k)

Canada Water: this station is still under construction, but there is a 3D diagram (71k) on the JLE website

Charing Cross (26k)

Embankment (54k)

Euston plan of 1960s reconstruction for the Victoria Line (30k) or 3D (39k)

Finsbury Park tube platforms and tunnels after 1960s reconstruction for the Victoria Line(29k)

Green Park: 1960s plan of Victoria Line construction predates the Jubilee Line construction (24k)

Highgate, including surface platforms now closed (67k)

Highbury & Islington tube platforms and tunnels after 1960s reconstruction for the Victoria Line(12k)

Kennington (54k)

Kings Cross isometric (72k), plan (76k) and model of deep level tubes (102k, scanned by Hans Van Oost)

Notting Hill, with south at the top (49k)

Oxford Circus 3D (20k), plan (25k) and model (78k)

Piccadilly Circus woodcut (209k) and booking hall plan (26k)

Seven Sisters (32k)

Victoria (36k)

Cross section through Chalk Farm, Belsize Park, Hampstead and Golders Green (31k)

Jubilee Line stations from Green Park to Stratford can be found in a book called "Extending the Jubilee Line". (I never scan images from books which are still making money for the authors.)

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See How They Run 1997, 1998, 1999
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