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This is so amazing that we had to share it.

Traintimes.org has taken the publicly available data from Transport for London and created a map of London with a live overly of the location of every Tube train on the entire network, in real time.

It’s hypnotic to watch. I almost want to make it my desktop background. It’s so cool to watch London move in real time.

Click here to check it out.

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Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.

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  1. Fascinating but as a train nerd myself I find you could drive a tank through its accuracy. They’ve got trains going ‘off-piste’ passing through Hyde Park (the park itself not The Corner), trains labelled as District Line for Heathrow T4, when they don’t even go there, and large chunks of the network either misplaced (e.g. The Piccadilly does not go through South Acton) or missing,(e.g. The Circle spur from Paddington to Hammersmith, The Circle between High St Ken and Paddington), and these are just for the parts of London I know best. I could go on….but mercifully won’t!

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