Germany, Distance to Train Stations

Back on the train tracks… In an earlier post, I explored and analysed the uneven geography of UK train geography. As I write this on 15th November 2017, it is International GIS Day, and in the spirit of analysis and geography, I have decided to compare this to transport geography of train stations in another geographical situation. I have focused on Germany and the Netherlands in these examples, seeing if the uneven nature is a general trend elsewhere or a more British geographical experience. I have kept the parameters of measurement the same to try and provide a fair comparison. Dutch Density As we canRead More →