What's New – 26th July 2015

A fortnight has gone by already. Sometimes, I’m not sure where the days and weeks go.

Work on the London Waterloo – Clapham Junction map is going well, although Clapham Junction is a complicated area, so it’s not quite ready. However, to make up for it, we have a new map of Exeter St. Davids – Liskeard, which is as far west as train describer coverage goes.

There are also now route indications shown on the Kenton to Tring map at Watford Junction, a few trivial issues fixed on the GNGE map, and the Bethnal Green – Cheshunt map is now under a new section on the maps page.

That’s it for today. There’s a pint in the pub with my name on it…

1 thought on “What's New – 26th July 2015

  1. Hey,

    I’d be interested to know how you create these maps – where does the data come from for the track layout, in what form is the train describer information? That would make an interesting blog if you’re interested in writing it!

    Ed

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