Is the Royal railway a rolling SanDisk ad? Once seen, you can't unsee

Elizabeth Line central section map with SanDisk MicroSD cards on
(Image credit: Future)

If you're traveling on the London Underground you look at your feet, your book, your phone or the map. That's it. It applies, even to the cavernous connected underground cathedrals that are the Elizabeth Line – opened by the new King's mother herself on May 17 2022.

So, on a recent commute, I found myself looking at the map above the doors even though I knew where I was going. It's good to have something to zone in on, though – the rails are still so new and quiet that it's easy to fall asleep! I looked at the stations in the central section. They seemed familiar. Oddly they made me want to reach for my camera (not always appropriate in the tube) or my favorite drone (absolutely not!), and yhat's when it hit me.

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Adam Juniper
Managing Editor

With over 20 years of expertise as a tech journalist, Adam brings a wealth of knowledge across a vast number of product categories, including timelapse cameras, home security cameras, NVR cameras, photography books, webcams, 3D printers and 3D scanners, borescopes, radar detectors… and, above all, drones. 

Adam is our resident expert on all aspects of camera drones and drone photography, from buying guides on the best choices for aerial photographers of all ability levels to the latest rules and regulations on piloting drones. 

He is the author of a number of books including The Complete Guide to Drones, The Smart Smart Home Handbook, 101 Tips for DSLR Video and The Drone Pilot's Handbook