The Story of London's Underground by John R. Day and John Reed, published by Capital Transport in association with London Transport Museum, describes and illustrates all the major developments on the London Underground, as well as many of the less significant but fascinating aspects of its history.
The book charts the system’s history from the Metropolitan Railway opened in 1863 and the first deep-level tube electric railway in 1890, through the hectic seven years between 1900 and 1907 when the core of the Central, Bakerloo, Northern and Piccadilly lines was completed, to the developments since 2000.
Illustrated with contemporary and present day photos, reproduction of promotional material and tube maps, this book was first published in 1963 as part of the celebrations to mark London Underground’s centenary and is now in its 11th edition published in 2010.
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