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This has made the rounds on social media and I thought it was worth sharing with all of you. I don’t know how accurate it is. But it’s pretty freaking cool. A Reddit user has overlaid the path of the various Tube lines in London on an aerial picture. It shows the spaghetti-like tendrils of London’s transport network as they weave their way in the geography of London. Very cool. Gives context to the straight and curvy lines of the Tube map to see how they really relate to London.

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Source: Reddit.

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