Category: Map

How Frequently Will Crossrail Trains Run? The Londonist Has Mapped It

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How Frequently Will Crossrail Trains Run? With Crossrail’s launch fast approaching, we’ve been thinking about the practicalities of the service. How often will the trains run at each station, and when? What’s the difference between the peak and off-peak service? Pieced together from the information released so far. Source: How Frequently Will Crossrail Trains Run? […]

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A Map Of Unbuilt London

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A Map Of Unbuilt London. Imagine if the Thames flowed to docks in Peckham, while its ancient course was reclaimed for cars. Picture London with a mile-high skyscraper, or a pyramid full of corpses on Primrose Hill. Would you have liked to see an airport at King’s Cross, or Charing Cross, or Peckham (again)? The […]

Scots poke fun at London tube map by making their own versions for Glasgow and Edinburgh

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Scots poke fun at London tube map by making their own versions for Glasgow and Edinburgh. Glasgow Subway Edinburgh trams A SCOTTISH writer has been praised online for a tweet poking fun at an image of London’s underground tube system by comparing it to Glasgow’s Subway. The original picture which went viral on Reddit… Source: […]

Daniel Silva’s Tube maps reveal exactly how far underground you are on every station platform

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Daniel Silva’s Tube maps reveal exactly how far underground you are on every station platform. A series of intriguing maps have revealed the exact depth of each platform on the London Underground network.  Daniel Silva, 26, has created diagrams of TfL’s Tube lines that detail how far each station platform lies beneath, or above, the […]

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