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TFL releases a 'geographically accurate' London Underground map! watch

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    Link to enlarged image of the map: http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/...s_3443046a.jpg

    The gorgeous map was produced by TfL after a Freedom of Information request by a man called James Burbage.
    He submitted it in August 2014, and asked: "Please supply a geographically accurate map of all the stations,platforms, lines and tracks that form the London Underground, London Overground, Docklands Light Railway and National Rail services where applicable, which is updated as of August/September 2014."
    Something separate I wanted to include....

    Very cool thing and also there are some nice shortcuts e.g. to go from Lancaster Gate to Paddington station, you're better off walking above ground on the street for about seven minutes; compared to taking the tube and switching lines from Central to Circle/District.


    I have been waiting to see an underground map with an actual bendy River Thames all my life.

    My life is now complete.
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