Isochronic World Map
This map is an updated version of the famous 1914 isochronic map by John George Bartholomew, a British royal cartographer who worked for King George V, for the book An Atlas of Economic Geography. The original map describes travel times from London to different parts of the world in the year 1914, which ranged from around five to 40 days.
Based on Rome2rio’s routing engine, this updated map depicts travel times from London to every airport around in the year 2016. This map gained internet fame with coverage from the Daily Mail, The Telegraph, Gizmodo, and reddit with over a million views and more than 5,500 upvotes.
Printed on high quality paper or canvas, this map is suitable for framing and comes rolled in a tube. The perfect gift for lovers of travel and history, it is a keepsake worthy of any great occasion such as engagement, wedding, anniversary, baby shower, retirement, and housewarming.
|Map Type||Historical Maps|
|Usage Type||Decor Maps|
|Publisher||Wellingtons Travel Co.|