It's been heralded with revolutionising design and remains a global inspiration more than 80 years after its creation. But, despite its colourful brilliance, the London Tube map has never been particularly reflective of reality.
While apparently short journeys can turn out to be several miles long, stations which are merely metres apart can appear to be a tube-ride distance away. And the iconic poker-straight tube lines are, infact, as curved and tangled as spaghetti - while the circle line is not circular at all.
But a map has now surfaced which shows the geographic accuracy of the Underground network - and the real distance between stations.
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