A 2016 take on a century-old map shows changes in travel over time.

In 1914, it could take over 40 days to travel to remote places in the world. That year, John G. Bartholomew Great Britains royal cartographer at the time published an isochronic map showing travel times from London to various places around the globe. ‘Isochronic’ simply means that lines

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