Ayasha Guerin

Sierra Club Draws a Subway Map of America's National Parks

by , 09/06/12
filed under: Architecture

The Sierra Club has created this fun map that depicts U.S. National Parks as if they were stops on a nationwide subway system. The awesome cartography depicts separate “regional” lines that host national parks, like Yellowstone and Yosemite, as well as less famous destinations such as the beautiful Congaree in South Carolina and the Petrified Forest in Arizona. If only there really were such a simple way to visit all these beautiful places by rail!

+ Sierra Club

Via Treehugger.com

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  1. P Anna Paddon November 9, 2013 at 11:55 pm

    A rail across the US of America is a strategic dream. I am for high speed rail tunnels, highways, bikeways across the US from State Park to State Park.

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