No one will care about this whatsoever, but there’s an archive of the maps used inside tube train carriages on the TfL website.
So if you wanted a reminder of what the Jubilee line car line diagrams looked like before the extension opened, then they’re here.
Maybe you want to track the growth of step-free access?
Maybe how the kinks in lines bend over time?
Nostalgic for a Circle line that ran in a circle?
A new airport in 2011?
Maybe you like to collect those badly aligned stickers that sometimes appear on top of the maps?
Such as the time the Bakerloo line was part suspended.
Or the Jubilee line extension opened in phases. Remember the “dome”?
The entire mother lode of stickers and maps are here.
In a way it’s a pointless page of useless trivia, but then again, if TfL didn’t publish them, someone would demand copies via a Freedom of Information request, so they now they can say “just look on the website”.
And now, so can you.