Maps

Pocket Underground map, c1930.
On this edition of the Underground map the Piccadilly line extension is shown to Northfields and to Cockfosters, however the proposed station name of Lordship Lane has been changed to Wood Green. The cover of this map is light blue linen, backed with card. The details of places of interest, theatres and the headings on the cover have been printed in a different font.
Simple name : Map
Collection : Maps
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 1984/51/204
Publisher : Underground Electric Railways of London Co. Ltd : c1930
Printer : David Allen & Sons Ltd :
Designer : F H Stingemore
Additional information : This is a pocket Underground map from around 1930. It was designed by F H Stingemore. This edition shows that the Piccadilly Line extension to Northfields and Cockfosters is under construction. The proposed station name of Lordship Lane has been changed to Wood Green. The cover is light blue linen, backed with card. Theatres and other places of interest are listed on the back, along with their nearest stations.
Title : Map Of London's Underground Railways
Record completeness :
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