Historic Line Maps

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gmacd

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Does anyone know where I can find historic line maps? By this I mean post-1950 individual London Underground line maps - i.e. the ones above the doors on the trains and at stations.

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Don't know of any websites which have them, other than TfL's which only has current ones. There are, however, quite a few examples on display at the LT Museum Acton if my memory serves me right (no idea if that's of any use to you mind!).
 

Derek

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I bought a few from somone selling them at the LT Museum Acton about five years ago, might have just been a one off though.
 

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I haven't been in the poster store at Acton yet, but expect that there will be plenty of maps in there. It's a stop on the weekend tours, see here. I would contact the museum if you have an even vaguely convincing research request, they might be able to arrange copies or to take you in at some other time.
 

gmacd

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Thanks for your replies - they are really helpful. Please keep them coming in if you get any more information.
 
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