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London Tube

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Date added: 2/18/2010

Jonathan Paterson 1994 Alphabet characters based on Edward Johnstons London Underground type designed for London Transport in 1915

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13 comments
shannon MacIntyre

shannon MacIntyre  ( 3/27/2010 10:41:32 PM )

Love this font

Tompop

Tompop  ( 6/4/2010 1:34:28 PM )

You have just ended my long long search for this font. Lovely.

Matt

Matt  ( 7/2/2010 3:19:51 PM )

:) type in TARDIS or POLICE BOX on there, its the tardis font everyone!

Stephen

Stephen  ( 8/3/2010 4:53:46 PM )

YES. It is finally on the internet, first Google hit for 'london underground font'. Thank god for you guys.

nomes

nomes  ( 1/11/2011 2:43:30 AM )

Thank you ..HEART IT

Kismet Bauer

Kismet Bauer  ( 1/14/2011 4:13:41 PM )

Beautiful!!!!

tina

tina  ( 2/15/2011 5:12:38 AM )

I just love it! :-x It's on our wedding card now...

Collabs

Collabs  ( 6/23/2011 8:26:22 AM )

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Hakon Soreide

Hakon Soreide  ( 7/31/2011 7:36:25 AM )

Nice font - or it would have been, but it lacks proper kerning (particularly for the caps - write UNDERGROUND and you'll see what I mean), rendering it almost useless for serious work.

whaie

whaie  ( 10/12/2011 6:38:35 AM )

Nice font but not for mac user.... sad

James

James  ( 10/30/2011 6:15:30 AM )

Nice try at emulating the Johnston font (Transport for London font) however not exactly right. The left bottom corner of the 4 is pointed in the Johnston font but flat in this font and as above the kerning is out so unable to use professionally.

Kath

Kath  ( 10/30/2012 5:31:15 AM )

The current Transport for London typeface is 1979's New Johnson, whereas the creator of this piece says it is based on it's predecessor, 1915's Johnson. This may explain any discrepancy. While I agree that the kerning is out, the errors are more pronounced when using all uppercase. As for using for serious work, even TfL don't use it for large tracts of text. You got the file for free, so use it for titles/impact only and spend ten minutes manually adjusting the kerning to look right.

Amber

Amber  ( 3/19/2013 7:00:09 PM )

It is not the TARDIS font (that is Gill Sans) but it is very close.

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