Tube Map 1863-2050
So, what’s this all about then?
There are places you can see old tube maps online, and there are places you can see future maps online. But if you want to see everything on one map, click on the links. This map is based on the one I did for London 2050: A Cartographical Interlude – londonreconnections but this one has added historic stations and lines.
Yes, that’s the London Infrastructure Plan 2050 | London City Hall, mainly from the Transport Supporting Paper:
Which are the old lines and stations?
If you look at the “zoomed in” section above, the powder blue lines are ones that used to run, but have been removed from service (like the Palace Gates Line), as well as stations removed on running lines (like St Ann’s Road). Planned, but never dug, lines are pale blue dotted.
Is this just the tube?
This is all shown alongside the Crossrail 2 line (pale green here). The London 2050 Overground extensions are shown a light orange, and Crossrail 3 is a dotted yellow line, as well as the Thameslink (which is Crossrail Zero, perhaps), the Northern City Line, High Speed 1, High Speed 2 and the trams in Croydon.
Click above for a SVG version – best for web browsers.
Click the above link for a PDF for printing out or saving for later.