Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Now that Xmas is most definitely over, can we move on and look forward to the New Year? Not just yet! I have a selection of Xmas tube goodies for those of you who still need their yuletide fix! Roll on Santa once again as we take a look at some Xmas themed images related to London’s tube… All the pictures are embedded from Twitter. We start with 2018 and work back in time (not the tweets but the years the posters/pics were originally published.)

The images further back in time are quite special – please scroll down for these…

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Crackers themed Xmas tube map! Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Thought Of The Day From Oval Station 20 Dec 2018: Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Fantastic Christmas card from a great transport blogger! Source: Twitter (Note: Account no longer exists however an archived image is used here.)

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

LT Museum wishes everyone a Merry Christmas 2017. Its actually a re-issue of a 1960s poster by Hans Unger. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Naughty but nice xmas touches to a Piccadilly Line car diagram! Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

For the serious transport collector! TfL Xmas updates 2017. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Another for the serious collector! TfL Xmas closures 2013. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Musical tube Xmas card 2013. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Elizabeth Line you were never going to be the first! Special TfL tube themed shoes for Xmas 2013. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Poster by Maurice Wilson for London Transport, 1951. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Christmas pudding! Tube staff could buy these from London Transport’s Food Production Centre in Croydon late 1940s. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Children’s Xmas on the Piccadilly Line in the 1940’s. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Christmas Day party for the kids. Possibly the tunnels on the unfinished Central Line extension. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Children decorate their tube station shelter during 1940. Could be Piccadilly Line? Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Tube Xmas poster 1935 by Clifford & Rosemary Ellis. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

All around the town by London’s Underground – Dudley Dyer, 1932. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Xmas Greetings from LT. Charles Burton 1930. Source: Twitter (Note: Tweet has been deleted thus an archived image is used.)

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Father Christmas giving LT a helping hand in the 1930s! Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

A bit of a strange one this! Its Xmas shopping 1927. The scene seems to be based on the closed King William Street station with what looks like a old style Glasgow subway train added for effect. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Spirit of Christmas 1925 by Richard Cooper. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

New Year’s Eve tube services 1921. Trains finish at normal times unlike now! Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

One of Mabel Lucie Attwell’s posters for the Underground. Christmas in Fairyland 1919. The only surviving example is in the Pushkin State museum, Russia. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Toyland Xmas. 1914. Source: Twitter

Hyde Park Now-Tube Xmas posters and pictures

Christmas comes but once a year… 1912. Source: Twitter

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One response to “Tube Xmas posters and pictures”

  1. What a wonderful selection of photos and posters, thanks for sharing these with us. But four shillings and sixpence (22.5p) for a pudding – outrageous!