Due to two deaths in the family this week, we don’t have a full Anglotopia Imports Product launch this week. We will next week, though. Instead, we’ve launched a single product that we think Anglotopia readers are going to snatch up – we’ve imported the official London Underground Tube Map Poster. We’ve ordered 50 and they should be arriving next week. It measures 25×35 and will look great on any Anglophile’s wall.
Direct from the London Transport Museum in London, we are now offering the official London Underground Tube Map. This is the latest version, published in 2015. The current Underground Tube Map poster is a design classic, the basis of many metro maps around the world.
The original map design was conceived by Harry Beck, an electrical engineer in 1931. This map is a simplified version without the station index. This is the most recent version of the Underground map poster (May 2015) provided by TFL that includes the new TfL rail extension from Liverpool Street.
It’s a good size. It measures 25×35 inches (63.40cm X 88.90cm). Perfect for hanging on your wall so you can study London’s amazing transport system. Will arrive securely rolled in a poster tube. Printed in the UK, imported from London direct to the USA.
This is where to order the Tube Map in the USA.