Doctor Who Fifth Doctor Tube Map

Published on September 2nd, 2013 | by Nick Kitchen

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Incredible Who Tube Map

The internet is a truly wonderful thing, especially if your a Doctor Who fan. Of all the created content on the web, this may be one of the mind blowing, fantastic things in all of Who fandom:

Doctor Who Tube map by Crispian Jago

Behold the Doctor Who Tube Map, in all of its splendor! Its highly recommended to go here and set your browser to full screen mode. An entire timeline of each Doctor and his companions and villains is available. You even have the ability to drill down and focus on one Doctor at a time. It covers the series from its inception in 1963 to the mid-season break of Series 6.

Tube mapping has become incredibly popular and I’m glad that creator Crispian Jago put the effort and work into this amazing project. Here’s hoping the “time and enthusiasm” strikes him to update for the Twelfth Doctor and the end of the Eleventh’s time in the TARDIS.

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3 Responses to Incredible Who Tube Map

  1. avatar rickjlundeen says:

    Kudos on a job well done, although I can’t agree with some of extra “companions” added to pad the Tennant group. Maybe he’s just a Tennant fan but you really can’t call Jackson, Rosita, Adalade and Astrid companions simply because they met him on alone off, otherwise you’d have to add Sara Kingdom, the family Smith hung out with in the Wardrobe special , Gambon’s character in the Christmas carol, Strax, Jenny, Adrasta and most definitely Clara.

    Sorry, very quiet day and I’m being the stereotypical picky Who fan. :)

  2. avatar David F says:

    “incredible” . . . “truly wonderful” . . . “mind-blowing” . . . “fantastic” . . . “amazing”

    It’s quite good and I liked looking at it.

  3. avatar Randy says:

    Clearly a lot of work has gone into this, but you left out my favorite TARDIS incarnation, Idris!

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