These 3D maps reveal London Underground stations' secrets: See what Bank, King's Cross and Piccadilly Circus really look like

Clara Guibourg
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The tunnels of Piccadilly Circus Tube station (Source: TfL via Ian Visits)

Ever wondered what the labyrinthine tunnels making up London Underground stations actually look like?

Now Transport for London (TfL) has released documents showing 120 three-dimensional diagrams of Tube stations, meaning passengers can finally have a mental map of the station. And they’re strangely fascinating....

Here’s what the mazes connecting Bank and Monument stations look like. Think of that next time you manoeuvre your way through the crowds in the tunnels at rush hour...

The diagrams were released following a Freedom of Information request from Londoner Ian Visits, who has posted the full batch of 120 stations on his website.

They make an excellent cheat sheet if you want to brag to your friends that you know all the secret shortcuts in the Underground network. Here's Moorgate:

The most complex station of all? Here’s part of King’s Cross St Pancras:

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