Sunday, October 28, 2007

Maps of London

You can never have enough.

via Diamond Geezer (probably... this sort of stuff usually originates on his blog.... ah yes.... here)

Underground Waterways and unexpected tunnels

Overground Waterways

The underground map is interesting.... it suggests the Northern Low-level sewer heads inland east of Tower Hill to meet the mid-level sewer at Stratford via Bow.

So where does the effluent of Docklands go? (And no... the answer is not that the effluent of Docklands is recycled here; that would be too extreme. They merely recycle the effluent of Westminster)

5 comments:

Jon said...

Referencing Guido now? Jesus, Richard, you're in serious need of psychiatric care, I think.

Richard Brown said...

Are you saying he's not a mainstream source of validated, reliable news?!

Jon said...

I'm saying he's not a 'source' of anything at all.

He probably thinks he is, though. But then anyone who thinks an endorsement from the likes of Melanie Philips is worth posting has some deranged sense of ego.

Richard Brown said...

"But then anyone who thinks an endorsement from the likes of Melanie Philips is worth posting has some deranged sense of ego."

Ouch.

I must admit that even *I* unsubscribed from her blog some time ago because I found it so hard-going.

Jon said...

But why subscribe, unless for humour value? She's about as far from libertarian as you can get AND she's a bloody creationist.