Thread for Maps


#21

This thread is for maps, many maps. The more maps the merrier.


#22


#23

Big fan of this one


#24

I made these. Earth and approximately to scale moon.


#25

want


#26

Not exactly a map, but we have a big one of these on the living room wall.


#27

‘it’s a working progress’


#28

The data’s from 1980, when nobody anywhere supported Man U.


#29

A map of Britain showing fictional locations from TV shows etc


#30

I’ve shared it before but couldn’t find it when I (quickly) looked last night, it’s an interactive map of the locations of where ancient greek myths took place. You’ll have to either look for it, or imagine it.


#31

These are kind of cool too:

https://www.marinetraffic.com/

http://raildar.co.uk/radar.html


#32

Another one I’ve posted before, that is ace

http://carto.metro.free.fr/cartes/metro-tram-london/


#33


#34

I’m hoping that this gets published


#35

Lovely.stuff.
Think RPGs are really great for maps.
Love the work Francesca Baerald (an actual cartographer & artist) did for Octopath Traveller:



#36

Spent so long poring over this map as a teenager (cc @Bamnan)

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#37

hope you dried it off afterwards


#38

big fan of a map. Can quite happily sit and read an OS map like it’s a book. Even if it’s somewhere you know really well, you’ll always find something new by looking at an OS map.

Also, I assume we all know you can access OS maps on Bing maps? It’s literally the only thing I use Bing for.


#39

I like the job title “Game urbanist”


#40