Surely by now in your Internet journeys you’ve come across the fantastic London Underground anagram map, the hilarious parody of Harry Beck’s iconic London Underground map that has been kicking around since at least 2006. The concept is simply: all of the tube station and line names on the map have been replaced with anagrams. This led to a spree of people making similar parodies for various metro systems around the world. Recently, I noticed the most recent anagram map for the SkyTrain, the metro system in my beloved Vancouver, was also produced back in 2006. With two new lines having been introduced since then, I figured it was time to update it. Click on the map to enlarge to full size and enjoy!
Adapted from DavidArthur, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Vancouver_SkyTrain_Map.svg. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.5 Generic licence.