Visit the Empire  Ernest Michael Dinkel, 1933     This poster encouraged Underground passengers to visit ‘the wealth, romance and beauty’ of the British Empire. It recommends The Zoo, Kew Gardens and museums as destinations in London to explore the riches of Britain’s distant colonies.

Visit the Empire Ernest Michael Dinkel, 1933 This poster encouraged Underground passengers to visit ‘the wealth, romance and beauty’ of the British Empire. It recommends The Zoo, Kew Gardens and museums as destinations in London to explore the riches

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A History of London’s Iconic Transport Logo

Original drawing for the London Underground roundel symbol Design: Edward Johnston © TfL/London's Transport Museum

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A History of London’s Iconic Transport Logo

London Underground logo: A brief history of the iconic design.

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A History of London’s Iconic Transport Logo

History of the roundel - Information resources from the London Transport Museum

The London Transport Museum will have an exciting new design exhibition open next year. Surely worth a visit!

8 | The Amazing History Of London's Most Enduring Logo | Co.Design | business + design

The Amazing History Of London’s Most Enduring Logo

8 | The Amazing History Of London's Most Enduring Logo | Co.Design | business + design

A Pictorial History of the London Tube and Its Graphic Legacy | Brain Pickings

A Pictorial History of the London Tube and Its Graphic Legacy

A Pictorial History of the London Tube and Its Graphic Legacy – Brain Pickings

Life and how to live it

Posts about Designs on 150 great things about the Underground

LGOC bus map cover featuring the ring and logotype, 1913. Reference number: 1992/515

LGOC bus map cover featuring the ring and logotype, Reference number:

Pair Poster from London Transport Museum's Poster Collection

London Transport at London’s Service - Misha Black & John Rowland Barker, 1947 - London Transport Museum © Transport for London

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