Piccadilly Circus cutaway view
Mystery solved in record time! this image (c) London Transport Museum, 1989. Illustration by Gavin Dunn, Falmouth School of Art & Design -- see Bully the Little Stuffed Bull's comment below for more information. Alas, the large poster is out of print but smaller reproductions may be obtained through the London Transport Museum.
London's newest wonder; Camden Town junctions, by Charles W Baker, 1924 -
Waterlow and Sons, was established in 1810 and become one of the country's largest printers of stamps and bank notes as well as more general printing. It printed more pictorial posters for London Transport than any other printer.
LOS ANGELES | Public Transport
I always thought that more cities transit systems should adopt a letter/number based system for their rail lines similar to what Denver, NYC, or Buenos...
Maps of the London Underground, 1908-2012
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Transit Maps: Submission – Fantasy Map: Harrisburg Area Rapid Transit by James Gibbons
Submitted by James, who says: This is a dream/concept I have for light rail transit in the Harrisburg, PA region. For a rather small metro area, there is pretty bad traffic, and oddly spaced suburb…
Transit Maps: Submission – Unofficial Map: SEPTA Regional Rail and Rapid Transit by Sam Winfield
Submitted by Sam, who says: Hey! For my Graphic Design Thesis, I created a Graphics Standard Update proposal for SEPTA. This includes a System Map (attached), a line map, and various other identity…