Geographical Map of 1930’s London and her Underground Railway
By GOSSOP, Reginald Percy, 1933
Underground Map of London.
- Author: GOSSOP, Reginald Percy
- Publication place: Wolverhampton
- Publication date: Summer, 1933
- Physical description: Chromolithograph map printed on metal, key and title upper right, small loss lower right.
- Dimensions: 1010 by 1270mm (39.75 by 50 inches).
- Inventory reference: 2421
The map superimposes the Underground network on a geographical map of London, and was drawn by Reginald Percy Gossop (1876–1951) who studied at the Hammersmith School of Art and produced maps and posters for the London Underground between 1916 and 1933.
The present map can be dated to around the summer of 1933, as it shows the Piccadilly line extending to Cockfosters, but does not mark Alesbury on the Metropolitan Line.