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  1. 1. Underground Maps
  2. 2. Map 1906:
  3. 3. 1923
  4. 4. Quad Royal poster map 1926
  5. 5. 1926 card folder by F H Stingemore
  6. 6. 1932 Stingemore’s last card folder (Thames added)
  7. 7. Harry Beck 1902-1974 Working as an engineer at the time Beck worked on changing the underground in his spare time. Beck worked on the maps in his free time. He wanted to change the currently existing Geographical maps to topological maps to illustrate the network. After being introduced in 1934 they have been used ever since.
  8. 8. Beck’s sketch 1931 Instead of have an accurate map for people to use. Beck wanted to simplifly it and have it as a representation of what was there.
  9. 9. Beck’s Presentation Visual, 1931
  10. 10. Proof of Beck’s first card folder, 1932
  11. 11. Beck’s first card folder, 1933
  12. 12. Beck’s third card folder 1933
  13. 13. Beck’s first Quad Royal Poster, 1933
  14. 14. 1935 Quad Royal Poster
  15. 15. 1937 Quad Royal Poster
  16. 16. 1940 Quad Royal Poster
  17. 17. 1941 Quad Royal Poster
  18. 18. 1946 Quad Royal Poster
  19. 19. 1909 ‘White Line Connector’
  20. 20. 1947 Quad foolscap
  21. 21. 1949 Quad royal poster
  22. 22. Beck Quad royal visual presented 29 November 1961
  23. 23. 1962 Quad royal poster by Harold F Hutchison
  24. 24. 1964 Quad royal poster by Paul E Garbutt
  25. 25. ‘ Beck’s Last Shot’, 1964
  26. 26. Beck ‘fine tuning the Northern Line’
  27. 27. Beck’s 1938 map integrating Underground and surface railways, realised by Maxwell J Roberts
  28. 28. Tim Demuth, London’s Railways, 1973
  29. 29. Rule book by Henrion, Ludlow & Schmidt, 1993
  30. 30. 1987, card folder by Thames Cartography
  31. 31. 1989 British Railways London Connections

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