Sunday, 7 November 2010

A map of Belsize Walk

Belsize Walk links Primrose Hill and Parliament Hill with an architectural walk passing through the Belsize conservation area. Belsize House, which stood near Belsize Village until the 1850s, gives the whole area its name. The route provides a tour through two centuries of London's architectural history. A number of well-known figures appear along the way, ranging from Karl Marx and his collaborator Friedrich Engels to Bloomsbury author Lytton Strachey. The Belsize Walk takes around two and a half hours, and discreet footway discs have been provided to mark the route.


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Thursday, 16 September 2010

Rugby World Cup 2011 Match Schedule Calendar

The kick-off times for the Rugby World Cup 2011, to be hosted in New Zealand, have been announced.
There are 48 matches happening between Friday 9 September and Sunday 23 October 2011. To keep track of the games and see which teams are playing on which days and times; I have created the Rugby World Cup 2011 Match Schedule calendar.

Monday, 10 May 2010

Top Gear Test Track - Dunsfold

The Top Gear test track is used by the BBC automotive television programme Top Gear. It is located at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey, United Kingdom. The track was designed by Lotus Cars. It is used to test both cars and drivers seen on the programme in three segments of the show - Power Laps, Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and Challenges.

I made this map in the middle of last year, but never promoted it. It's since had a good number of views and ranks very high in maps search results, but not in the main Google search. I'm hoping a bit of promotion here will change that.

Sunday, 18 April 2010

A map of the The London Wall Walk

The London Wall walk is a walk established by the Museum of London in 1984. The walk consists of 21 marker panels which not only provide a bit of history, but also the location of the next panel. However, the majority of panels are missing, so I've created this map to show the full path for the walk. Panels that still exist are marked in blue, those that are missing are marked in purple.