|Name: Cornelius Family||MY URL: Visit Me|
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WOW. Was surfing for changes to London over time and found your Underground page. Very interesting, really enjoyed it.
|Name: Matt Boyce||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Absolutely enthralled by this history. Thank you! A couple of things i noticed and a couple of things that would interest me: Between 1951- 1956 The eastern stretch of the District line goes from an ''onward arrow'' to showing the whole line. By 1963, it is changed to a diagonal. Stations closed on Sundays are signified by a star from 1963, not 1974. At some point between 1986 and 1995, Surrey Docks becames Surrey Quays. Presumably due to the LDDC. On that note: The East London Line is separated from the Metropolitan Line between 1963 and 1964. I remember the east extension of the Jubilee being introduced. Around 1999, The new Jubilee partially opened, with trains running between Stratford and North Greenwich. This was then extended to Waterloo. I vaguely remember that Charing Cross remained the southern most terminus of the north end of the Jubilee and the maps of the time showing this (with the unfinished Waterloo to Westminister still marked. I would feel nostalgic to see this transition. Would also be great to see the Woolwich Arsenal DLR extension plus the extension to Stratford Via Canning Town. Sometime between 2002 and the present, Disabled access symbols started to appear. Presumably for any station that had ''Step free acccess''. Well worth keeping track of this tube evolution. Fascinating! Best historical time line of the Tube on the net. Thank you.
|Name: T Madden||MY URL: Visit Me|
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Fascinating history, I was enthralled. I also noted Dover St became Green Park sometime in the 1930's presumably these changes were not physical just names.
|Name: mike||MY URL: Visit Me|
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great site. i have a 1937 map not in the beck style. ?