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The Secret Map Of Subterranean London


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The map above is a creation from the team over at the Londonist. Basically it shows many of the secret and hidden things you can find right below London's streets. This includes not only abandoned underground stations, but also burred rivers like the Fleet, deep level World War 2 shelters, and even the Camden catacombs.

Enjoy your Friday afternoon by having a look around and seeing what you can find.

London’s Nomadic Football Clubs Mapped – Movement Over Time


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Ever wondered where in London your football team previously called home? This map looks at the various homes of London's 14 professional clubs. Perhaps the most famous move (which even I, a non-football fan know of) is Arsenal's move from Woolwich (where it got it's name from the Woolwich Arsenal) south of the Thames to Holloway in the North London.

Yet, it's interesting to see how much and how little other teams have moved over the decades.

Original source Londonist.com, by @blacksquarebrig found via reddit.