timeoutClick here for the full-sized map It's no secret that Londoners love a good map, particularly the lovely folks over at Mapping London blog (the clue is in the name). Thanks to their unfailing enthusiasm for all things map-related, they've managed to dig up a secret TfL tube map that was previously unavailable to the public until its existence was revealed by Freedom of Information request - and it's pretty damn cool. It's the geographically accurate TfL connections map, which might sound boring but bear with us. If you zoom in on central London, you can see that if there's one thing it ain't short on, it's public transport: But once you get out to the sticks in zone 6, you can see there's a lot of green spaces and, er, not a whole lot of transport options available: Embrace your inner tube map geek and explore the full map. Want more cool maps? And this kids' map belongs on every London-lover's wall.