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Neil Freeman’s subway systems of the world

Artist and urban planner Neil Freeman recently posted too-scale subway maps (stripped of their color codes and station names) from around the world. The maps allows viewers to see what various systems look like and how big they are in relation to each other. The Moscow subway system, for instance, looks like a daddy longlegs, and is much bigger than the Montreal system, which looks like a fat stick figure.

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