London Underground shower curtain FTW!

With thanks to my sister, who picked this up for me during a work trip to London last week. (I needed a new one.)

London Underground shower curtain

If you’re in London you can get them from the excellent London Transport Museum shop. Otherwise, at the online shop.

(It’s so big and my bathroom is so small that it’s impossible for me to snap a picture of the whole of it in position.)

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8 thoughts on “London Underground shower curtain FTW!”

  1. 1

    I’ve heard rumours that the British are actually investing to extend their railway network in Greater London, is this true?

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    Brian Smith says:

    Cool shower curtain! But your comment about it being too big reminded me you’d probably like a program called Microsoft ICE – it’s a free experimental program MS make available for doing photo stitching. Sadly I don’t have any of the examples I made online, but it did a great job on several different panoramas I took.

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    roger says:

    I love it!
    Does it come in a glass screen version too?

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    Daniel says:

    @Michael, I’m not sure about entirely new lines, but they are spending up on their system, for instance upgrading existing lines with higher frequencies and rebranding them as London Overground.

    @Brian, thanks, will check it out!

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    Ben says:

    Now I know I’m not weird. I just have an A4 print out of the tube map stuck to the back of the toilet door…

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    Lyn says:

    I have an umbrella with a map of the New York subway system. When I use it it does bring back fond memories of my trip to NY.

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    Ian Jelf says:

    In fact this is already out of date as the East London line is now extended past Shoreditch up towards Dalston. I *think* your curtain shows the DLR stull “under construction2 to Woolwich Arsenal, too (it’s now open) but I can’t see that as clearly.

    Geekiness aside, though, it does look rather splendid. I myself have a Tube Map tie and matching socks…….I didn’t go for the y-fronts which also exist, though!

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    That reminds me. I was going to order the NYC equivalent when I next got paid!

    Hmm…. after a quick search they’ve updated it to look more like the official map, but far less cool and minimal… Disappointing!

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