Posts Tagged: undergroup

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    150 Years Of The London Underground Map. In Lego.

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    On the way through South Kensington Tube station this morning, I spied a new Underground map. That’s nothing new, the Underground map seems to be changing frequently these days. But this map was very noticeably different.

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    There’s More Underneath London Than Just Trains

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    Oh yes, look. Gary’s written yet another post about a map of the London Tube system that he likes. Yawn. Time to move on. But wait … this may look like a map of the London Underground but it’s not. Now I may have been guilty of wearing my heart on my sleeve slightly too… Read more »

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    The London Tube Map Made (Too) Simple

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    This is post number six in the ongoing #mapgasm series of posts on maps found on the interwebs that I like. Yes, it’s another map. Yes, it’s another Tube map. I make no apologies for this. A simple map is often a good map. Cutting away cartographical clutter can reveal the heart of what a… Read more »