Post by matthewdunderdale on Apr 20, 2019 7:38:48 GMT
Ok... help me to understand something here... i received a copy of this very fine book for my birthday (this Thursday just gone)
i realise the Labryinth's are in the order that the stations were ticked off to break the world record... but i noticed something following the route
number 62 Charing Cross(northern/bakerloo) number 63 Embankment (circle/district) number 64 Waterloo (northern/bakerloo/jubilee/waterloo & City)
i thought the rules stated you had to be on a stopping train for it to count... how under the rules did embankment count in this case?? cause looking at the map, westminster or temple would be number 64 under the rules, depending on direction of travel...
Take another look at the tube map. Embankment IS on the Northern and Bakerloo lines.
You are quite right, just that the map in the back of the book doesn't show this, and it only states circle and district lines for the book... misprint, my apologies for this oversight
No misprint, the book is accurate to the status of the Labyrinths when it was published. As Labyrinth is a living project, there have been a number of changes and evolutions since that time, including a number of installations moving location or being off display at this moment in time.