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TFL Tube Map

Dear readers, here we are providing TFL Tube Map PDF to all of you. Google Maps launched its new ‘Transit’ section of Google Maps this morning, which focuses on public transport. Wonderfully, included in the update is a tube amp that you can turn on and off on the display – immensely useful for planning ya route across the capital. Limited-service routes have sometimes been identified with hatched lines,

with some complications added to the map to show where peak-only services ran through to branches such as that to Chesham on the Metropolitan line. The number of routes with a limited service has declined in recent years, as patronage has recovered from its early-1980s low. As there are now fewer restrictions to show, most of the remaining ones are now indicated in the accompanying text, rather than by special line markings.

TFL Tube Map PDF – Line colours

The table below shows the changing use of colours since Beck’s first map. The current colours are taken from Transport for London’s colour standards guide,[28] which defines the precise colours from the Pantone palette and also a colour naming scheme that is particular to TfL. Earlier maps were limited by the number of colours available that could be clearly distinguished in print. Improvements in colour printing technology have reduced that problem and the map has coped with the identification of new lines without great difficulty.

Line TfL colour name[28] Shown as[29]
Notes
Bakerloo Corporate Brown
Pantone 470
brown

1934–present

red

1933–1934

brown

UERL

Central Corporate Red
Pantone 485
red

1934–present

orange

1933–1934

blue

UERL

Circle Corporate Yellow
Pantone 116
yellow

1987–present

yellow
(black outline)

1949–1987

green
(black outline)

1948

originally part of the Metropolitan and District lines; not shown before 1948
District Corporate Green
Pantone 356
green

1933–present

green

UERL

East London Underground Orange
Pantone 137
orange
(double stripe)

2010–present

orange

1990–2010

magenta
(double stripe)

1970–c.1990

magenta

1948–1969

green

1937–1948

magenta

1934–1937

white
(red outline)

1933–1934

part of London Overground part of the Metropolitan line until c.1990
Hammersmith
& City
Underground Pink
Pantone 197
pink

1990–present

magenta

1948–1988

green

1937–1948

magenta

1934–1937

part of the Metropolitan line until 1990
Jubilee Corporate Grey
Pantone 430
grey

1979–present

opened 1979; Baker Street to Stanmore section previously part of the Bakerloo line
Metropolitan Corporate Magenta
Pantone 235
magenta

1948–present

green

1937–1948

magenta

1934–1937

shown combined with the District line 1937–1948 red

UERL

Northern Corporate Black
Pantone Black
black

1933–present

grey (CCE&H)

UERL

black (C&SL)

UERL

Northern City none white
(black outline)

c.1990–1998

orange
(double stripe)

1985-c.1990

white
(black outline)

1975–1984

black
(double stripe)

1970–1975

black

1937–1969

white
(black outline)

1934–1937

white
(magenta outline)

1933–1934

not shown since 1998; transferred to British Rail (National Rail) in 1975 orange
(black outline)

UERL

Piccadilly Corporate Blue
Pantone 072
blue

1933–present

yellow
(black outline)

UERL

Victoria Corporate Light Blue
Pantone 299
light blue

1968–present

opened 1968
Waterloo
& City
Corporate Turquoise
Pantone 338
turquoise

1994–present

white
(black outline)

1949–1994

red
(black outline)

1943–1948

white
(black outline)

1938–1941

not shown before 1938 thin grey
(main line)

UERL

part of British Rail until 1994
Docklands
Light
Railway
DLR Turquoise
Pantone 326
turquoise
(double stripe)

1993–present

blue
(double stripe)

1987–1993

opened 1987
TfL Rail Corporate Blue
Pantone 072
blue
(double stripe)

2015–2022

Tramlink Trams Green
Pantone 368
green (double stripe)

2017–present

green (dotted)

2000–2017

Opened 2000, not shown on the standard map until 2017
West London Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)

2010–present

white
(black outline)

2007–2010

not shown
1943–2007
white
(black outline)

1938–1941

thin grey
(main line)

UERL

now part of London Overground
North London Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)

2007–present

white
(black outline)

c.1990–2007

not shown
1985-c.1990
white
(black outline)

1977–1984

thin grey
(main line)

UERL

now part of London Overground
Watford DC Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)

2007–present

not shown
1985–2007
white
(black outline)

1984

brown
(triple stripe)

1975–1983

brown/black/brown
(triple stripe)

1973–1974

thin grey
(main line)

UERL

now part of London Overground; only Queen’s Park–Watford shown 1973–1984 (Bakerloo peak hours service)
Gospel Oak–
Barking
Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)

2007–present

not shown before 2007 thin grey
(main line)

UERL

Thameslink Pink
Pantone 218
pink
(dashed line)

2020–present
white
(black outline)

c.1990–1998

orange
(double stripe)

1985-c.1990

white
(black outline)

1977–1984

thin grey
(main line)

UERL

part of National Rail; not shown between 1998 and 2020
London Cable Car Red
Pantone 186
red
(triple stripe)

2012–present

Elizabeth Line Pantone
Purple 266
Purple
(double stripe)

2022–present

Pecked lines have at various times indicated construction, limited service, or sections closed for renovation.

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