Photo: Tassenger (sic) Traffic Circuit Sketch Map
Putting the “net” in “network”. Long distance bus map in Qingdao, China.
Photo: Making Sense of It All
Submitted by Mark, who says:
I was trying to capture a photo of the remnants of this strip list/map when the little girl got in the way and made the photo much better.
Transit Maps says:
Submission - Historical Map: MARTA Rail System, 1984
Submitted by Chris Bastian. The map is almost identical to the one shown in this photo submitted by Matt Johnson a couple of years ago, but with the “Under Construction/Design” dots for the extremities of the North/South line clearly visible.
Photo: Bus map? Or periodic table?
Not really as bad as all that, but an amusing comparison nonetheless. There’s probably a good reason for the crossed out duplicate route numbers, but I sure as heck don’t know what it is.
Source: anna pickard/Flickr
Historical Map: Detail of a Tokyo Streetcar Map, c. 1950
Not much more to say here except that this is gorgeous, despite the primitive artwork and terrible colour registration.
Source: Fluoride’s memories/Flickr
Good luck using this map.
Can anyone identify the city/system for me?
Photo: 38 Bus Stop Map, Brooklyn
Rough as guts, but it gets the job done, I guess. Nice big route number, easy to spot “You Are Here” arrow, a north pointer, points of interest and street names. Go!
Source: H.L. Edwards/Flickr
Photo: The Underground Map – Then and Now
A nicely executed little montage of Underground maps through the years. From left to right: what looks like the 1932 version of the F.H Stingemore map, the original 1933 H.C. Beck diagram, and a modern day Tube Map. I have to say, the Underground uniforms in the 1930s were a lot nicer than their modern counterparts!
Great photo that pretty much encapsulates the BART experience. Looks like the old, more geographically-faithful map in the car.
Source: Xuan Che/Flickr
Mexico City Metro Linea 3 Map… or List
About as simple and directly to-the-point as a line map can get. Really, it’s just a bulleted list, with each station’s icon serving as the bullet. Of note though, is how each icon has its own very distinct shape within the square (with a rounded corner) framework. Each is easily identifiable, even from a bit of a distance.