Welcome to undergroundmaps.co.uk - an unofficial database / archive of information about current and historic London Underground pocket maps. We're aiming to build the most comprehensive set of information about all pocket tube maps published by TfL and its predecessors.
You can register for a free account which will give you access to our tools for recording and managing your own collection of maps. You can easily see at a glance which maps you have and which you need. We're working on adding more tools in the near future.
The information provided on this site is sourced from our personal map collections, from that found in the public domain, as well as user submissions. If you'd like to contribute your knowledge to the project, please contact us.
28th August 2021
We're working hard behind the scenes to improve our database and the level of detail we have recorded for each map. Some recent updates include:
31st January 2021
19th January 2021
There have been a few updates today as a result of feedback from new members after a brief feature on Geoff Marshall's YouTube channel last night:
Expect some more new features in the coming days & weeks!
1st June 2020
You can now download a copy of your collection as a spreadsheet - you'll find an "Export Data" button at the top of your collection page.
21st May 2020
We've had a bit of a design refresh! The site should look & feel a little nicer, as well as be easier to use, especially on mobile phones. Let us know if you have any suggestions for further improvements, or spot any issues.
7th October 2018
This is an exciting one - we've started tracking the sale prices of maps! Using this new data, we now show you the average sale price as an approximate valuation for the map. We don't add data for maps in poor condition, but it should give you a rough guide when you look to purchase a map. The data is constantly being updated, and is focused on older / rarer maps for now. Take a look at the first edition Harry Beck from 1933 as an example.
26th September 2018
If you use our site to manage your collection, you'll now see some basic statistics for the size and financials of your collection at the top the "My Collection" page.
21st August 2018
New filters have been added to the list of maps for registered users. These let you see at a glance maps in your collection, maps you have duplicates of and maps you don't have in your collection yet. Register for a free account now »
22nd July 2018
You can now register with us and manage your own collection using our online tools. It makes it easy to see at a glance which maps you have, and which you need. We'll be adding more features in the future. Register for a free account now »
7th July 2018
We've added a map verification feature!
There are many lists of tube maps that have been shared amongst collectors and it is hard to know which are reliable and where the data came from. We're aiming to verify every map in our database against a physical copy to ensure our data is as accurate as possible.
Keep an eye out for " This data has been verified against a physical copy of the map" when you view a map in our database.
We know this process will take some time to complete, especially for the rarer editions. We're currently working through our collection, but if you're able to help with, please get in contact.
We quietly launched London Underground Maps to the public to act as a repository of information about tube maps. Features are quite basic for now - a simple list of maps with the ability to click through to see all the data we hold.