The Tube Panorama

The average speed of a Tube train in London is 33 km per hour (20.5mph) – including station stops. This makes capturing a panorama on the Tube tricky due to the movement of the train. Luckily these average figures don’t really tell the full story and the Tube is often subject to delays and periods of unexplained stoppages in tunnels.

Thus during a particular long delay between Mornington crescent and Camden Town we were able to fully assemble our panoramic rig and capture the resulting panorama.

View the panorama of The Tube, London (2.9Mb).

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

3 Comments

  1. Anonymous - August 20, 2008

    I would say there’s only one way to go from Camden Town, assuming Crebitt’s third amendment. Knightsbridge.

  2. Anonymous - August 20, 2008

    Why do you still use QT? It doesn’t work on 64bit Windows.

  3. Anonymous - August 27, 2008

    which tool are you using to stitch the single pics together?

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