TfL Tube maps from the last two decades show how the London Underground lines have evolved.
Fascinating maps from the Transport for London archives show how the capital’s Tube lines have evolved over the last two decades. The collection of diagrams, which were used inside the train carriages, reveal changes to the network dating back to 1995. Maps were altered over the years as new stations were built or the lines were extended. The archives show some interesting tweaks to the design of the diagrams, with different iconography introduced or the colour of the lines adjusted.