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English: Francis Galton's first known isochronic map published for the Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, 1881. It shows the travel times in 1881 from London, United Kingdom to different parts of the world in days. It assumes that there are favourable travel conditions and that travel arrangements over land have been made in advance. It assumes travelling methods of the day within a reasonable cost.
Date 1881, London
Source Original publication: 1881, London
Immediate source: https://www.reddit.com/r/MapPorn/
Author Francis Galton
(Life time: 17 January 1911)


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