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What Would The Tube Map Would Look Like if it Were Laid out Geographically?

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This is really really cool. The iconic Tube map doesn’t represent geography accurately. This is especially apparent on your first trip to London when you realize how far away from each other some Tube stations are. However, to make the system less complex, Harry Beck redesigned today’s Tube map to simplify it. But what would it look like if it accurately represented geography?

Well, a lot like this:

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