A bunch of tubes

The London Tube map, created by Harry Beck in 1933, is considered a design classic and, for us Brits at least, is so iconic that maps representing reality look weird and distorted, and so are strangely fascinating.


More maps on this Wikipedia page, and there’s even an interactive animation on the Transport for London site.

Thanks to Tom Coates for the initial links for both this and the previous post.

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