Long autumn nights and rain behind the window (very common to London again) make this time of the year very productive and sentimental. In continuation to my earlier post on Secret Tube Stations in London, here is a good time for further interesting facts.
To start the journey, let’s check the London tube map around 1930. It looks impressive, doesn’t it? In fact, the main skeleton of the London blood system was already in place at that time. You can easily find the stations you use today on a daily basis (apart from the Jubilee line though 😉 ).
To get further inside into its history this programme will take you on 100 years journey of the London Tube which was celebrated in 1963. Enjoy! 🙂
*The collection of London tube maps from various time periods can be found at the London Tube Map Archive page.