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Tag Archives: Tube
From london-underground.blogspot.com comes word of Guerrilla artwork appearing on the Tube network. Joke station names and line segments have been inserted into some the in-train network diagrams on London Underground’s Central line. This one shows a journey you’d probably not … Continue reading
No details about why this was created, but here’s an interesting little time-lapse video by fsm vpggru on Vimeo , showing the making of a map out of pins and string. That old favourite, the London Underground diagram. There are some … Continue reading
Chromorama is a new London based geo-location game. The idea is to make commuting more fun by using your real-world travel data collected from Oyster cards. Like most games it probably only makes sense once you’ve tried it out. but … Continue reading
The London Tube map seems to provide never ending source of inspiration for designers and map makers wanting to put there own spin on the classic design The Londonist website is putting together a list of as many of these … Continue reading
A neat little pedestrian movement visualization from transportation consultants steer davis gleave. The video shows passenger movements at London’s soon to be remodelled Paddington, Hammersmith and City Station. Watch hundreds of individuals, represented by coloured dots, find their way through … Continue reading
Sometimes all you can say is wow. Franklin Jarrier has been mapping various public transportation across Europe for a while. His ‘Maps of Urban Transport‘ website includes a large collection of highly detailed maps of Metro, Tram and RER systems … Continue reading