VolksNav in London

Click or doubleClick a point on map to know the logical area code of that point

Area codes consist of hours, minutes and radius according to following convention:

StatusQuo(c) London prefix of an area code The urban pole is the London Tower
m12 basic horizon hour from urban pole to north, m3 to east etc.
number after the " : " horizon minutes distance to the horizon hour, in steps of 100 meters
The blue lines on grid show :50 minutes
r... radius

distance to the urban pole, in steps of 100m.
The red circle shows r100 = 10km.

download London_r100.KML

This map converts lat/lon to StatusQuo(c) on a simplified mode, tolerable for radius < 10 km. For a professional conversion, see VolksNav.com/mapplet

This method allows to define codes for stations and stop points, line codes and line logos, example Jubilee line

from m10 to m1 via m6 from m1 to m10 via m6

101say "line ten six one"

Station codes:

name time/space radius
Stanmore m10:30 r202
Canons park m10:22 r190
Queensbury m10:12 r177
Kingsbury m10:5 r165
Wembley Park m9:64 r155
Neasden m9:55 r132
Dolis Hill m9:52 r125
Willeden Green m9:50 r112
Kilburn m9:47 r100
West Hampstead m10 r93
Swiss Cottage m10 r80
St. John's Wood m9:33 r75
Baker st. m9:19 r59
Bond st. m9:9 r52
Charing cross m9:2 r33
Waterloo m8:11 r26
Southwark m8:9 r20
London bridge m8:2 r7
Canada West m3:8 r18
Canary Warf m3:2 r38
Canning Town m2:21 r58
Stratford m1:24 r64

The division of the horizon into 12 directions can also be used global or indoor. Examples:

British Museum / Goldsmiths / Hyde Park