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Here's what the tube and rail map could look like once TfL takes over all the suburban train routes

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Last week, transport geeks of London collectively lost their minds as TfL revealed its big plans to take over all the suburban rail services in south London. But if you've been wondering what the move would mean for the fate of the tube and rail map, Reddit user MafaldaBoy has the answer to all your questions. He's mocked up a new version of the tube map and here it is in all its glory. And you don't need to be a cartography expert to notice that it's very, very orange.

Seriously, just look at it:

Let's just hope TfL opts for another colour-coding system, otherwise good luck navigating your way round that orangey mess.

See TfL's (less orange) new tube and rail map.

Or take a look at this alternative tube map showing the average house price at each station.

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