Just as the fashion pack prepare to decend on the UK capital for London Fashion Week, TFL have unveiled a unique new look at the London underground map. The map that Harry Beck first created in 1931 may well be an incredible piece of graphic design, but it does not show the distance between stations. 

Now, following a request from Freedom of Information by James Burbage, Transport for London (TFL) has recreated the famous London Underground map and released a new version, which shows the actual real distance between stations on all the different lines throughout. Take a look at a segment above and head here for the full picture.

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