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    Anybody know of a color London Tube Map that isn't a PDF (huge)?
    Thanks in advance.
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    from a post I sent to Palmaddicts:

    thought I'd share a tip for getting around town.
    Google maps is great - but it does require an internet connection (and expensive data in the UK)

    So, I've saved a few maps to my sd card as gifs.

    I set Initiate to open gif images with the standard pics & video app
    Now when I want the tube map I just open Initiate, type Tub and my tube map opens. I can pan around, zoom and generally find my way!

    here are the maps I'm using:

    a central london map
    http://www.girr.org/girr/england/london_map.gif

    http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acro...onnections.gif

    http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/pdfdocs/colourmap.gif
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    I prefer Metro its not a map but a journey planner for the tube. type in where you are and where you want to go and you get great directions and ETAls etc very useful whem lines are cloe - posting on my treo at the moment bit will dig out a link for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkdav View Post
    Anybody know of a color London Tube Map that isn't a PDF (huge)?

    Tube 2 London Pro is an awsome program IMO. I also have the London Streets maps.

    http://www.visualit.co.uk/Palm/palm_Tube2.htm


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    Quote Originally Posted by Silver Sun View Post
    I prefer Metro its not a map but a journey planner for the tube.

    http://www.freewarepalm.com/travel/metro.shtml

    Description:
    Métro computes the shortest route between two subway stations in more than 350 cities around the world (Paris, New York, London, Tokyo, any city with a subway & more!). FREE, FAST & ACCURATE.
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    ***** [Feb 24, 2004] by Dave
    WOW, just got back from Paris, London. I used this program for everything. Where to go, how to get there, times, I just can't believe how useful it was! I bought a couple programs for my trip that were USELESS. Good thing I found METRO, because without it travel would have been much more stessful. And it's FREE, Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!!
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    Thanks to you all. I have metro and it is excellent, IMO. Just thought I'd get a visual supplement and you helped with that, too. Thanks again.

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