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Free subway maps

Did you ever wanted to bring a subway map in your pocket without ripping a page from your Lonely Planet? Now you can. Travel site Amadeus.net has put together a site with hundreds of metro maps.

The coverage is impressive: All major American cities are there as well as subway systems in Europe, Australia, Africa, and Asia.

Tokyo? Kuala Lumpur? Cairo? Sao Paulo? Madrid? Stockholm?

No problem. It’s all there. Marvellous!

Update: And while you’re travelling, you might also want to check out Flightstats as well, offering flight track information.

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