Messed-up fake tube map leaves commuters feeling “physically sick”

A firm selling fabrics has designed a mixed-up tube map which has left Londoners reeling in despair.

The bizarre map, which puts fake stations such as “Downing Street” next to geographically distant places like Woolwich, also draws map lines which bear no resemblance to reality.

Other fake stations include “Eagle Drive”, “Earl Cottages” and “Galia Road”.


Fabric Rehab, which describes itself as being for “fabric addicts”, is selling the £2.50 product on its website – although stocks have sold out already.

“This makes me feel physically sick,” wrote one Londoner on Facebook.

“This is an ABOMINATION,” added Twitter user Steve Taylor.

“Thanks for all your lovely messages and please bear with us while we process all your orders,” the firm wrote on Twitter.

(Pic: Fabric Rehab)

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