Official Map: Merseyrail Network, Liverpool, England
Submitted by ma77design, who says: I think it’s one of the most unattractive and horribly designed transit maps out there. It hasn’t been redesigned or reworked for a large number of years. It’s choice in colours is uninspiring and doesn’t really offer much to people using it.
Transit Maps says: While certainly not the worst transit map out there by any stretch of the imagination, this map is so bland and generic that it looks like it escaped from the cookie-cutter factory. There’s no major technical defects or horrible mistakes, but it’s just so… meh.
Aesthetically, things could be easily improved by rounding the corners where routes change direction and adopting a more contemporary colour palette (that yellow fare zone is pretty hard on the eyes). The part that needs the most work is definitely the table of station details underneath the actual map, which is pretty terrible. The table alone takes this down from a completely average (meh) score of 2.5 stars to a lowly two.
Before Kate Winslet boarded the Titanic and before Daniel Craig became 007, they appeared together as Princess Sarah (who, spoiler alert, is also the Black Knight) and Master Kane in Disney’s A Kid in King Arthur’s Court in 1995!
Hold on to your pants, guys. This submission is pretty epic.
This is a Burger King commercial from 1982. In the front row is Lea Thompson who is most famous for playing Marty McFly’s mom in all three Back To The Future films and (unfortunately) for Howard The Duck, although today she can be seen in ABC Family’s Switched At Birth. Sitting next to her is Elisabeth Shue who was in the second and third Back to the Future films and also in Adventures in Babysitting and the incredibly underrated Hamlet 2. But that’s not all. Sitting on Lea Thompson’s lap is baby Sarah Michelle Gellar of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Ringer fame. Before you go telling us it’s too hard to see their faces and questioning the authenticity of this post…this has all been confirmed by Lea Thompson in an interview, and you can watch the full commercial on YouTube.