London Underground is the heart and veins of London’s infrastructure.
Londoners spend much of their time travelling on the tube, parts of which are over 150 years old. These Axonometric diagrams of London’s favourite tube stations provide a unique, three dimensional outside perspective of the layout of these spaces that we spend so much time in.
These diagrams were created to show the layout and locations of the different parts of London underground stations. They were released as part of a Freedom of Information request years ago, having previously only been visible to TfL employees.
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