Just a bit of random weirdness that you sometimes notice when stuck on a railway platform for 20 minutes waiting for a delayed train.
The southbound platform for the First Capital Connect service at St Pancras has two of those quite useful local area street maps in poster displays. One is at the bottom of the escalator, and the other is a bit further along the platform.
Yet, curiously, they have totally different maps on them.
Maybe they switched map suppliers and didn’t feel the need to keep a level of consistency when updating them? Or maybe in that arcane way that railways are run these days, the maps are on parts of the platform managed by two different companies?
And of course, if the train had been on time, I wouldn’t have been wandering around bored enough to have noticed this little oddity.