Detailled London Transport Map v2.6

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Yay! Very good work - no mistakes spotted yet ;)

...Any chance you will do the East Coast Mainline out of Kings Cross a bit further in the future? :) Thank you for your amazing work :)
 

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Excellent. Hate to point out an error, but Euston has Victoria and Northern lines, not Circle and Metropolitan!

That is what is on the map, isn't it? The SSLs are clearly labelled as Euston Square.
 

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Excellent work well done , the only thing I can see is the NR lines from st pancras and low level are slightly wrong.
 

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Checked the map this morning......... No services linked to Euston Square, Metropolitan and Circle linked to Euston and not Victoria and Northern.

That's not what I'm seeing. Euston Square is clearly linked to the Circle, Met and H&C and Euston is clearly linked to the Victoria and Northern.
 

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Yay! Very good work - no mistakes spotted yet ;)

...Any chance you will do the East Coast Mainline out of Kings Cross a bit further in the future? :) Thank you for your amazing work :)

Seconded, although I'm hoping for some Scottish stuff :)
 

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One minor error (I think) is that Edgware road is shown as the two middle platforms being through roads when they are actually terminating platforms? And therefore only used by the district and circle and not the H&C?
 

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One minor error (I think) is that Edgware road is shown as the two middle platforms being through roads when they are actually terminating platforms? And therefore only used by the district and circle and not the H&C?
Whilst Edgware Road platform three is normally used by District line services and platform two us normally used by Circle line services via High Street Kensington (and signed as such), they are all through platforms.
 

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Most impressive!

One error I've noticed. In some areas you've noted the date on which lines and stations opened.

Although the east end of the District Line did start running through to Upminster in 1932, as you note, two of the stations (Elm Park and Upminster Bridge) were not opened until slightly later in the 1930s.
 

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To be fair, no other later station openings are shown (Pimlico) as this is essentially a line diagram rather than a station history.
 

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Although the east end of the District Line did start running through to Upminster in 1932, as you note, two of the stations (Elm Park and Upminster Bridge) were not opened until slightly later in the 1930s.
To be fair, no other later station openings are shown (Pimlico) as this is essentially a line diagram rather than a station history.
That's right, but I am trying to add the openig date for each section (it should be complete on the underground/overground/DLR but missing on most of the NR...), and when a station has opened later that the section, I add the date under the station name.
Upminster Bridge has opened the 17/12/1934. But the exact date for Elm Park is impossible to find ! Do you know when in 1935 ?

...Any chance you will do the East Coast Mainline out of Kings Cross a bit further in the future? :) Thank you for your amazing work :)
Seconded, although I'm hoping for some Scottish stuff :)
That may came out at any time ! (but to honest, not tomorrow, give me some time ;) :lol: )
 

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I have to congratulate for the work developed here! It has been one of the maps that most taught me about the Underground. I want to check some of the closed paths in the future, since I LOVE to search over traces of old infrastructure. :D


It also will be of good use to my project, since Metro is the one who is going to be making an historical scan of the LU.


Again, congratulations for this work! ;)
 
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