Category Archives: maps

Baltimore RER Line 1 Strip Map

This is a thing based off that Baltimore RER crayon map I did a long time ago, which I wanted to update for a long time because (a) the crayon I have in mind for the Baltimore-Washington area looks substantially … Continue reading

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Hankyu Takarazuka Line Strip Map

Well, I mean, the series would be incomplete if I hadn’t done this one, too. These are fun. Might do another one with a different system at some point.

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Hankyu Kobe Line Strip Map

A companion map for the last thing. Not really a whole lot to say beyond that.

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Hankyu Kyoto Line Strip Map

A quick one I ripped out over the weekend. I don’t plan on redoing the big Osaka map from three years ago anytime soon, largely because I firmly believe I could live a long, full, happy life if I never … Continue reading

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Ottawa-Gatineau Rapid Transit

A crayon map for Canada’s capital. Notes: The route of the Confederation Line here is not quite what’s actually getting built. It’s faithful to the actual route (albeit slightly extended) from the west up to Cleary station, whereupon it takes … Continue reading

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Montreal Metro Abomination

I’m suffering from mapper’s block (that’s a term now) with the Ottawa thing I owe you, so I made this instead. You can thank the newest iteration of the official map for bringing this monstrosity into the world; the big … Continue reading

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Modesto Rapid Transit

Back in June, when I did the California make-me-crayon-a-map poll, I had my own ideas about which map would produce the most interesting network, and, well, here we are. Lines K, M, and N are on the old Tidewater Southern … Continue reading

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