Jubilee Line, lost and found

I blogged a few days ago about part of the Jubilee Line missing from Archway tube station signs. Now I’ve had an explanation:

The inaccuracy is that we have not represented the interchange for the Jubilee line at Waterloo and London Bridge by a solid, fully-shaded grey chevron and are still showing it at Charing Cross.

This is not a unique problem to the signs at Archway, unfortunately. We are rectifying these omissions (and other anomalies on our station signing) by replacing incorrect signs at the point of each station refurbishment. It is policy to make the changes at the point of the station refurbishment so that we can take advantage of project teams that are on site and deliver best value for money.

Archway is due to be refurbished very soon. Planning work has already begun and work should be on site in January 2010 and we will be installing new signs at this point.

Welcome news – though given the Jubilee Line extension opened in 1999, that will make 10 years to update the sign! Perhaps some stickers could have been used?

0 thoughts on “Jubilee Line, lost and found

  1. That’s nothing. There are load of stations that don’t have the Hammersmith and City line on them (Bromely-by-Bow still apparently claims that the Metropolitan Line runs through it) and that line was created in 1988.