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Feorag NicBridhe has put together a map of the London Underground as it stood
after yesterday's tube-bombings; editing the familiar tubemap to show the holes
in coverage engendered by line-closures.

343K JPEG: http://www.antipope.org/feorag/blogp...e-21-07-05.jpg

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343K JPEG: http://www.antipope.org/feorag/blogp...e-21-07-05.jpg

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Why was the Picc closed from Hyde Park Corner to T123 / Rayners Lane?

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That's why my vehicle's the Piccadilly Line -
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343K JPEG: http://www.antipope.org/feorag/blogp...e-21-07-05.jpg

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Why was the Picc closed from Hyde Park Corner to T123 / Rayners Lane?


The drivers refused to drive the trains.


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Why was the Picc closed from Hyde Park Corner to T123 / Rayners Lane?


The drivers refused to drive the trains.


Which illustrates that whilst this map is most interesting, it's
already out of date - e.g. the Piccadilly line is running to Heathrow
again, but the Northern line ain't running between Kennington and
Balham or Morden (depending on which bit of the TfL website I read).
And I write on the evening of Friday 22 July, so it'll probably be
different by the time anyone reads this.

Just heard Sir John Stevenson, the former Met Commissioner, speculate
that this wave of terrorism could go on for another 10 to 20 years.
Which ain't to hear big sigh. Anyway I am not trying to turn this
thread into some venomous diatribe/massive conspiracy theory (plenty
can be found elsewhere), so I'll leave my comments at that, apart from
saying that I hope that there won't be any need to create further
post-bombing Tube maps.



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