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All original material, written by Scott Hatton or otherwise on The Underground Map website is issued under the Creative Commons License/CC-BY-3.0.

Images (photography) are mostly sourced from 'orphaned' copyright images older than 70 years old, Wiki Commons or other Creative Commons-licenced sources, and are attributed as neccessary. If you feel we have made a mistake in our attribution or can show copyright, we will be more than pleased to correct where appropriate. In other instances where we have used material with permission, credits are published on our website.

Images (mapping) are mostly sourced from OpenStreetMap and out-of-copyright mapping except for:

UK addresses. These are based on a number of sources:

Postcode data

Further reading upon copyright in the digital age:



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