Anagrammed Tube Map
(via As Above, Kevan)
With due acknowledgment to the creator of the London (Non Old?) map, I tried my hand at the local Lilydale line, a section of railway much traversed in childhood and in dreams.
Comments: delay ill
The forecast for sidecar month is an echidna storm.
Posted by Tony.T at February 20, 2006 04:06 PM
not Monash Direct?
Matron Chides as Medics Thrown for not directing them to Modern Switch instead.
Posted by boynton at February 20, 2006 04:22 PM
Two reflection on the London Underground map: what a strange & haunting world it conjures up; somebody must have spent many, many hours composing it. Hmm...
Posted by Dick at February 20, 2006 11:19 PM
I suspect many Australian train stations of being anagrams already.
Posted by Kevan at February 21, 2006 03:34 AM
Yes, there's a kind of urban narrative there.
Actually some of the names read like good blog names. "Swearword & Ethanol" "Dully Hubris"...
You mean all the -gongs and - nongs, Kevan? ;)
Interesting that "Mooroolbark" didn't yield as many choices as the prosaic, English "Ringwood East"
I had to discard "Gradient Woos" and "Sweating Odor" before settling on "Organised Tow"...
Posted by boynton at February 21, 2006 02:29 PM
Craigieburn/ Broadmeadows Line:
Nice Air Burg
Dead Swab Moor
A love space
No poems done
A lost cave
Kong in nest
Let hormone burn*
(*Gummo T. contributions)
Posted by Zeppo Bakunin at February 21, 2006 06:58 PM
Eddie should have said: "We have a saying in Dead Swab Moor..."
You always have to go to the end of the line to get the nice air, but I think "a.k.a Pork" is my fave.
Posted by boynton at February 22, 2006 10:01 AM