Re: Map of alternative London Underground
|Date:||Tuesday, February 14, 2006, 16:34|
There is a book, Neverwhere, in which they talk about London Above and
London Below. Neil Gaiman is the author, I think. It presents some of the
stations in a completely different light.
On 2/13/06, Simon Clarkstone <simon.clarkstone@...> wrote:
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> While reading, I found this interesting map of how London's
> underground railway could have been constructed if it was mostly in
> South London rather than mostly in North London.
> The map is rotated 180°. E.g. Rather than a line out west to HeathRow
> airport, there is one East to Dartford.
> This is not really realistic, being in form just a rotation of the
> current map, but I thought it might be of interest here, as an
> interesting alternative to *here*. Has anyone thought about London's
> railway system in IB?