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Inside: Metro de Madrid

Inside: Metro de Madrid seeks to bring all citizens closer to this “Unknown Metro”, made up of workshops, information and communications systems, greater accessibility for the disabled and environmental management.

Size: 30.8 x 25.5 cm.

215-page publication with full colour photos.

Published by Media Minds in 2008.

Poster with map of Metro

Poster with the official map of Metro de Madrid. Size: 70 x 100 cm.

Add a frame and put the whole of Madrid that you can reach by Metro in your home.

Made of high quality FSC Mix paper.

Metro de Madrid 1919 - 2009: 90 years of history

Metro de Madrid 1919 - 2009: 90 years of history.

Book by Aurora Moya that reviews the first 90 years in the life of Metro de Madrid. 508 pages with full colour photos.

Size: 31 x 26 cm when closed.

Published by Metro de Madrid in 2009.

Metro Schommer

Metro Schommer is a coffee table book, essential for lovers of photography and architecture. This is a collection of photos taken by the master photographer Schommer on a lightning tour that depicts the human and architectural geography of the underground.

169 pages in full colour, published by Lunwerg in 2009.

Size: 32.7 x 30.7 cm.

Metro de Madrid: half a century serving the city

Metro de Madrid: half a century serving the city. 1919 - 1969

Book by Marino Gómez-Santos, which reviews the first 50 years in the life of Metro.

Size: 28.3 x 20.5 cm.

Published by Escelicer in 1969.

Centenary book 1919 - 2019

The Metro de Madrid Centenary Book is a modern work that helps us get to know and better understand the history of Metro and of Madrid.

186 colour pages, full of illustrations, pictures and fold-outs, as well as codes with audio and video links that give you a truly unique reading experience.

A book with 100 years of history.

To sell in bookshops, contact us at the following address: marketing@metromadrid.es

La mujer en Metro

The Compañía Metropolitano Alfonso XIII pioneered the incorporation of women into the labour force. The women in charged of selling  and the validation of tickets constituted one of the first women's teams, along with thelephonists of Compañía Telefónica.

In fact, the presence of women employed in the company was one of the elements of attraction for public and journalists since the inauguration of the subway until many years later. This book gathers the history of those pioneers and the legacy they have left to these days.