gurple: I bet these will sell like hotcakes due to their intense awesomeness.
SeattleGYOBFilter: a couple years ago, a tiny little streetcar was built in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood, and it's commonly referred to as the South Lake Union Trolley (SLUT). I ran across a hypothetical map for a network of streetcars in Seattle that will never happen, and had some acronym fun on CafePress with the Connected Urban Network of Trolleys for Seattle.
GodricVT: These are pretty neat, I suppose (and my folks live just outside Manchester, so it's swell to see the weird little locales in their neighborhood getting recognition), but is there any reason we can't see the whole thing at once instead of having to look at a wee pinhole of it at a time? Aren't the point of maps usually to see how things relate to one another spatially? I don't want to buy the poster if I don't know that you've rendered Wilcox Flats in the proper general direction from Malfunction Junction, dammit.
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