S. Worthen (owlfish) wrote,
S. Worthen

A surfeit of directions

Thanks to the Post Office website, I know now where the post offices nearest to Imperial College are. The website even has a feature which tells you how to get to your post office of choice. Behind the cut is a fine specimen of directions. My favorite part is where it tells me to go right for 0 meters. If you could mapquest dance steps, they would look like this.

In more exciting map-related news, there's an online interactive version of the fourteenth-century Gough map of Great Britain available. (Found indirectly via medievalist) All the rivers may have their origins in circles and Anglesey is looking like a mighty round island, but in pretty much all other respects it's a much more accessible map than the last one I discussed,

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