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London Bus Underground Popout Map

London Bus Underground Popout Map

Author: Popout Maps

Publisher: Compass Maps Limited

ISBN: 1845879503

Category: Travel

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London Bus and Underground PopOut Map: pop-up city map of London Bus and Underground transit systems Contents include: London bus route PopOut Map London underground PopOut Map Quick reference main bus route map Quick reference heart of the underground map Central London overview map Explore London with the help of this genuinely pocket-sized, pop-up map. Small in size, yet big on detail, this compact, dependable transit map will ensure you don't miss a thing. Includes two pop-up maps covering London bus routes and the whole underground network Additional quick reference maps are also included showing main bus routes, the heart of the underground and an overview map of central London Handy, self-folding tourist map is small enough to fit in your pocket yet offers extensive coverage of the city in an easy-to-use format Places of interest are listed with the relevant tube station or bus route so you can easily find your way around Underground stations are listed with connecting bus routes

London Bus & Underground Popout Map

London Bus & Underground Popout Map

Author: Popout Maps

Publisher: Pop Out

ISBN: 1910218162

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You can easily navigate your way around the hectic capital city of London with this handy, pop-up map. This genuinely pocket-sized city map includes 2 PopOut maps featuring the bus routes and the whole underground (metro). Ideal to pop in a pocket or bag for quick reference while exploring the city.

Popout Map London Bus & Underground

Popout Map London Bus & Underground

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ISBN: 191021888X

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Navigate yourself around the hectic capital city of London with this handy, pop-up map.This genuinely pocket-sized city map includes 2 PopOut maps featuring the bus routes and the whole underground. Ideal to pop in a pocket or bag for quick reference while exploring the city.

London Popout Map

London Popout Map

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Publisher: Compass Maps Limited

ISBN: 1845879481

Category: Travel

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Explore the glorious city of London with this handy, pop-up map. This genuinely pocket-sized city map includes 2 PopOut maps featuring: a street map of central London, a street map of the West End as well as additional maps of the main bus routes, the underground and theatreland with all the key theatres highlighted.

London Popout Map

London Popout Map

Author: Compass Maps

Publisher: Globe Pequot Press

ISBN: 1845878558

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Explore the glorious city of London with this handy, pop-up map. This genuinely pocket-sized city map includes 2 PopOut maps featuring: a street map of central London, a street map of the West End as well as additional maps of the main bus routes, the underground and theatreland with all the key theatres highlighted.

London Popout Map

London Popout Map

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Publisher: Popout Maps

ISBN: 1910218723

Category: Travel

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Discover London, Britain's fascinating capital city, with this handy, pop-up map.This pocket-sized city map includes 2 PopOut maps covering central London & the West End with additional maps of the main bus routes, the underground & theatreland with all the key theatres highlighted.

London by Design

London by Design

Author: London Transport Museum

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473550049

Category: Architecture

Page: 224

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Curated and designed by the experts at The London Transport Museum, this collection showcases London's 100 greatest transport design icons from the past 150 years. From TfL's exclusive Johnston font; Westminster Station's ground breaking architecture; Paolozzi's Tottenham Court Road Station mosaics; the classic S-Stock Underground train; Henry Beck's original tube map, and even Oxford Circus' 'Scramble Crossing', to the Black Cab, and the Routemaster - old and new - London by Design delivers behind-the-scenes analysis of these iconic designs from industry experts, accompanied throughout by beautiful images, drawings, artwork and photography, from the London Transport Museum's archive. This beautiful book is a ideal for any art, architecture or design lover, as well as any passionate Londoner or tourist to our world-famous capital.

Pocket Rough Guide London

Pocket Rough Guide London

Author: Rob Humphreys

Publisher: Rough Guides UK

ISBN: 9781409323297

Category: Travel

Page: 208

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The best London has to offer, Pocket Rough Guide London is your essential guide to the British capital, with the all the key sights, restaurants, shops, and bars. Whether you have an afternoon or a few days at your disposal, Rough Guides' itineraries help you plan your trip, and the Best of London section picks out the city's highlights you won't want to miss, from the mind-boggling treasure-trove of the British Museum to the gargantuan exhibition spaces of the Tate Modern. Divided by area for easy navigation, the Places section is written in Rough Guides' trademark honest and informative style, with listings of the must-see sights and our pick of the places to eat, drink and dance, from cosy and welcoming traditional pubs to the latest champions of London's culinary revolution. Make the most of your time with The Pocket Rough Guide to London. Now available in PDF format.

The History of the London Underground Map

The History of the London Underground Map

Author: Caroline Roope

Publisher: Pen and Sword Transport

ISBN: 9781399006842

Category: Transportation

Page: 242

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Few transportation maps can boast the pedigree that London’s iconic ‘Tube’ map can. Sported on t-shirts, keyrings, duvet covers, and most recently, downloaded an astonishing twenty million times in app form, the map remains a long-standing icon of British design and ingenuity. Hailed by the art and design community as a cultural artifact, it has also inspired other culturally important pieces of artwork, and in 2006 was voted second in BBC 2’s Great British Design Test. But it almost didn’t make it out of the notepad it was designed in. The story of how the Underground map evolved is almost as troubled and fraught with complexities as the transport network it represents. Mapping the Underground was not for the faint-hearted – it rapidly became a source of frustration, and in some cases obsession – often driving its custodians to the point of distraction. The solution, when eventually found, would not only revolutionise the movement of people around the city but change the way we visualise London forever. Caroline Roope’s wonderfully researched book casts the Underground in a new light, placing the world’s most famous transit network and its even more famous map in its wider historical and cultural context, revealing the people not just behind the iconic map, but behind the Underground’s artistic and architectural heritage. From pioneers to visionaries, disruptors to dissenters – the Underground has had them all – as well as a constant stream of (often disgruntled) passengers. It is thanks to the legacy of a host of reformers that the Tube and the diagram that finally provided the key to understanding it, have endured as masterpieces of both engineering and design.