Where the hell even is Enfield anyway?
Inspired by Buzzfeed, we challenged UCL students to label a map of London, with disappointing results…
You may have woken up in Wood Green after falling asleep on the N29, but could you point it out on a map?
In an idea we definitely haven’t stolen from Buzzfeed, we challenged a handful of students to label a blank map of London with its 32 boroughs.
We highlighted Camden (which is UCL’s borough, obviously) and left them to it. The results were not very surprising, but pretty amusing.
Here’s how our intrepid team of amateur cartographers fared. Click on the photos for a better look:
This person took the opportunity to throw away the rulebook and design London again from scratch. Presenting ‘The New London Boroughs’:
Congratulations to this person for bothering to mark out the river. If only it were in the right place…
+10 points for drawing in The Shard. -100 points for putting it in Wandsworth:
This person apparently tried to hide their lack of knowledge with tiny handwriting:
Brent? Barnet? It’s only one letter difference, who even cares.
Just so you know: G-A-Y is technically not one of the 32 boroughs:
But The Tab has no right to judge. Here’s our effort, and this was after we’d seen the full map:
Disclaimer: No Geography students were humiliated in the writing of this article.