Look familiar? This map, dated from as far back as 1919 bares little resemblance to the modern day London Underground maps. Click on link to read full article and see many other maps!

Growing Underground! Remarkable maps show how London's Tube network has expanded and changed over the past century

Look familiar? This map, dated from as far back as 1919 bares little resemblance to the modern day London Underground maps. Click on link to read full article and see many other maps!

The biggest change to the Underground in recent times is the Jubilee Line extension to Stratford, which was completed in December 1999. (All images courtesy of London Transport Museum.)

London Underground's changing map

The biggest change to the Underground in recent times is the Jubilee Line extension to Stratford, which was completed in December 1999. (All images courtesy of London Transport Museum.)

Harry Beck (1902-1974), British / first (1931) version of his iconic London Underground (Tube) map, UK

Harry Beck (1902-1974), British / first (1931) version of his iconic London Underground (Tube) map, UK

Created By ATDML: London Underground Cybercrop - TIMETABLE

Created By ATDML: London Underground Cybercrop - TIMETABLE

On the Tube's 150th Anniversary, a Look at Famous London Underground Posters : Condé Nast Traveler

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On the Tube's 150th Anniversary, a Look at Famous London Underground Posters : Condé Nast Traveler

Getting there: Harry Beck's maps were a revolution after he came up with the diagrammatic representation that is used as today's model. The above was produced in 1937

Growing Underground! Remarkable maps show how London's Tube network has expanded and changed over the past century

Getting there: Harry Beck's maps were a revolution after he came up with the diagrammatic representation that is used as today's model. The above was produced in 1937

Ever evolving: This 1928 map by F. H. Stingemore is expected to sell for more than £2,000 and has reverted to a more familiar colour scheme

Growing Underground! Remarkable maps show how London's Tube network has expanded and changed over the past century

Ever evolving: This 1928 map by F. H. Stingemore is expected to sell for more than £2,000 and has reverted to a more familiar colour scheme

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