The Way Out Tube Map from Drumhouse, indicating which carriage to board to arrive next to exits and/or interchanges, plus presenting the network in a geographical representation to show stations which are within easy walking distance of each other.
On one side is central London, the most visited part of the city, with the Underground network overprinted on a map showing just principal streets and main sights. Each station is annotated to show which carriage to board, separately for each direction of travel, to arrive next to the exit or the interchange(s) for connecting lines.
On the reverse the rest of the network is shown with similar information on a base map showing just the North and South Circular roads and main routes out of London. London’s Overground network is not included.
Also provided are useful telephone numbers for enquiries about rail and air travel, lost credit cards, emergency services, etc. Current edition of this title was published in 2011.
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