by Max Roberts


Tube Map Central is Changing!

Tube Map Central has always been my private web page in which I have discussed my work on schematic maps. The host for these web pages used to be the University of Essex privatewww, so if you typed in my domain name, www.tubemapcentral.com you would end up here. If you can still see this page, chances were that you were either led here by google, or a direct link which contained the following address:

privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~mjr/underground/tubemap.html

This Essex hosted web page is now obsolete, and all links below will take you to rehosted web pages at www.tubemapcentral.com so make sure you click through to there before bookmarking anything.

The privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~mjr/underground pages will no longer be updated, and will fade into obsolescence. If you have linked to privatewww pages, please update your links.

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Last updated 26/07/13. All content on these web pages are Maxwell J. Roberts, 2005-12. No reproduction without permission.

NOTE: I am not affiliated with Transport for London nor any of its subsidiary companies. If you require information on travel in London, or the latest versions of official maps, you should click here. Many of the images included on these pages are copyright Transport for London (official Underground maps reproduced here for illustrative educational purposes) or myself (experimental designs and original maps designed to demonstrate usability issues).