Movement of the travellers transported via the French railroads in 1891 (published 1893)

Movement of the travellers transported via the French railroads in 1891 (published 1893)

7484 × 9596

‘Someone may want to correct me, as I don’t speak French, but –

The width of the bands colored in purple represent on the scale of 1 millimeter per 100,000 passengers, the movement of travelers transported on each line section in both directions, that is to say the average number reduced to the total length of this line or this section.

The numbers of travelers attached to each line have been expressed in thousands with a single decimal for the hundreds’–AJgloe

Canada's Mountains

Canada’s Mountains

[3678 x 3020]

“And that’s why the roads in British Columbia are a shit show lol. There’s a few highways that just zigzag throughout the interior and the north. Blows my mind when I see how many roads they have in the USA”–Fixitman77