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.
Urban Ghosts Media is coming soon
Explore 13 abandoned stations and silent, disused platforms of the London Underground aka the Tube, including Down Street, Aldwych, Brompton Road and more.
London through the eyes of illustrator and graphic designer Edward Bawden
Edward Bawden created illustrated maps and structural lithographs from the 1920s to the 60s, with Kew Gardens and London's markets among his favourite subjects
31 Amazing Photos of the London Underground From the 1950s and 1960s
Here is an amazing photo collection that shows underground system in London from between the 1950s and 1960s. 1. London Underground rat-catchers with their net and ferrets, ca. 1950. 2. A group of women cleaning one of London’s underground tunnels, 1952. 3. Advertisements being pasted up, 1952. 4. Tube cleaner, 1952. 5. Tube train at Picadilly Circus, 1952. 6. Liverpool Street, 1952. 7. Kingsway Tram, 1952. 8. Underground fluffers, 1954. 9. Underground life, 1955. 10. All-night dancing…
Aldwych – The Secret Station SOLD OUT | in London
A rare winter treat for Underground fans. Wrap up warm and explore Aldwych, one of London's closed underground stations, visiting the platform that was closed