TfL has released another batch of documents which show every underground station in glorious 3D format.

They are technically axonometric diagrams, which is 3D-like, but not to scale, which becomes obvious when you see some of the vertiginous descents offered on some stairs and escalators.

In total, some 120 stations are represented in this motherlode of tube and map geekery. I’ve removed the  redacted black blobs that are scatted over the originals, and generally cleaned them up a bit

To make displaying 124 large maps easier, I have broken them down into 5 pages.

Click on the drawings to enlarge them.

Note, the diagrams are indicative of layouts, and are not updated with changes (temporary or permanent).

Stations A-B

Stations C-G

Stations H-M

Stations N-S

Stations T-W

Stations CDEFG


Caledonian Road


Camden Town


Canada Water


Canary Wharf


Cannon Street


Chalk Farm


Chancery Lane


Charing Cross


Clapham Common


Clapham North


Clapham South


Covent Garden


Earl’s Court


Edgware Road (Bakerloo line)


Edgware Road (Circle line)


Elephant & Castle


Embankment Station (District line)


Embankment Station (Bakerloo & Northern lines)


Embankment Station (Ticket Hall)




Euston Square


Finsbury Park


Fulham Broadway


Gants Hill


Gloucester Road


Goodge Street


Great Portland Street


Green Park

Stations A-B

Stations C-G

Stations H-M

Stations N-S

Stations T-W

Original reference files here.


Copyright of the diagrams is owned by TfL. If you would like to re-use the information please contact TfL. Requests for re-use will be considered in accordance with the Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2005 and, where the disclosed information is a dataset, section 11a of the Freedom of Information Act.


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15 comments on “3D maps of every Underground station – CDEFG
  1. Andrea says:

    Rather delightfully, one of the side entrances to the Norman Foster-designed Canary Wharf station is named as the “Fosterito” entrance 🙂

  2. Adrian says:

    No Bakerloo line platorms at Charing Cross?

  3. Dennison says:

    Just wondering if there is a Heathrow Terminal 5 map?

    • Ian Visits says:

      Technically, T5 is a Heathrow Express station, which happens to have LU platforms. So it wont appear in LU documentation of this sort.

  4. John says:

    Neither of the Hammersmiths appear to be here?

  5. Charles & Di says:

    Thank you for your time and skill in removing ‘the redacted black blobs’ on the originals, which have surfaced on other sites sans your efforts, and I can’t read or glean any information from those at all !

  6. Lofty Holloway says:

    Finchley Road station is missing

  7. Jenni says:

    This is rather satisfying! Although the one I’m looking for is Canning Town, which I don’t see. Perhaps because it’s also a DLR?

  8. David says:

    The emergency stairs at Earls Court Station from platforms 5 & 6 originally went all the way up to the booking hall.

  9. Asch says:

    Thank you for mapping out green park, I’ve been trying to avoid that ridiculous mile long uphill ramp but somehow just get hearded along that way by the signs. It always did feel like it went around in a big circle!

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