Mind the knowledge gap

The first ever part of the Underground went from Paddington to Farringdon Street 

The London Underground map has been redrawn with the annoucement that 10 stations have been “rezoned” into a new Zone 2/3.

While the move will cut fares for those travelling from east London to the centre of London, fares will be kept the same for those travelling in from outside of the capital.

However the move may shake up those who have an indepth knowledge of the underground. If you thought you knew your zone 3 stations from your zone 2 stations, you may need to relearn your stuff.

In the meantime, have a go at our London Underground quiz.



Let us know how well you did in the comments below.