Here at Londonist we love a tube map, so we were chuffed when reader Graham McFarlane sent us this copy of the tube map, to which he's added the postcodes of the stations.
While it may not enhance your journey as you rumble along underground from one postcode to the next, it's interesting to see where the boundaries are — how many postcode zones do you travel through on your way to work, for example?
It's no surprise that the sprawling orange of the Overground seems to cover more postcode districts than any other line, taking in parts of SE, E, N, NW, W and SW.
Why is there no NE or S London postcode district? Find out here.
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Where did your London postcode come from?