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Hi guys, is there a website with maps of tube stations?
I've googled around a bit but haven't found it.

I'd particularly like a floorplan of the cutty sark station.
(for 3d art purposes, a friend of mine is recreating it)

Thanks in advance!
 

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This sort of information can sometimes be found in planning applications, but rarely for underground parts of stations, in my experience. I've never come across a website with accurate plans of any tube station
 

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Ouch. Aren't there maps at the actual station that someone could take a picture of? Like fire escape routes and stuff.
 

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DLR certainly have a map, in an office, that you wouldn't be allowed to look at because of CrazyGibberingSecurityParanoia (TM).

However, should you encounter such a map without trespassing, say if someone left it on display in a public area, it'd be perfectly legal for you to photograph (although not publicly disseminate) it.
 

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However, should you encounter such a map without trespassing, say if someone left it on display in a public area, it'd be perfectly legal for you to photograph (although not publicly disseminate) it.
I'd expect you'd need a permit from TFL, so no
 

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No, only commercial photography requires a permit from TfL. Explicitly, individual photography by passengers does not.

I'm glad you're a driver manager not a station manager!
 
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