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The south London-biased tube map

This flipped tube map shows how north-biased the Underground really is. Sorry South Londoners...

By Time Out London contributor
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South London often gets a hard time for being a tad culturally barren, perhaps because it’s incredibly difficult to get anywhere on the tube being that most of the lines only timidly venture below the Thames. To highlight just how north-biased the underground really is, take a look at this flipped tube map which should give north Londoners an idea of what it’s like to live on the wrong side of the river. Sidcup on the Piccadilly Line, Peckham on the Bakerloo and Crystal Palace on the Northern? One day, south Londoners, one fine day.

See the enlarged map at steveprentice.net and many other brilliant tube maps (originally rounded up by Geoff Marshall).

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