A Periodic Table Of London: Revised And Updated

Like the Tube Map, the Periodic Table is an endlessly fascinating thing. Over the years, the format has been adapted to all kinds of schemes. A few years ago, we tried to make sense of London in this way, by arranging important facets of the capital into rows and columns. It’s been a while, so we’ve now updated it, with a few changed entries and a general tidy up. Can you work out the identity of each London ‘element’? Can you spot hidden patterns and trends? Can you suggest improvements?

If you need help, check out the comments on the original, or scan this partial solution.

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