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TfL has released a new and improved walking tube map

TfL has released a new and improved walking tube map

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Sure, the tube is great and everything, but sometimes all those stops to 'regulate the service' and the lack of any natural light can grind you down a bit. If you've ever wondered whether it would be quicker to walk – or at least get off a stop early – the folks at TfL have released a shiny new version of the official walking tube map showing the average walking times for each station. There are loads of stations in Zone 1 that are less than a ten minute walk away from each other, so a short stroll could save you the aggro of going underground on a sweaty tube carriage. Some of the Overground stops are a bit more spread out – and the Victoria line's quick one-stop journey from Highbury & Islington to King's Cross translates as a not-so-swift 35 minute walk, so if you're in a hurry or feeling lazy, then it might be better to grin and bear it on the tube. 

Can't be arsed to walk? Try using one of these sneaky tube shortcuts that only Londoners know

See the UK passport's new (weirdly inaccurate) tube map

Or take a look at the top five worst times to be on the tube

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