London map: Artist sketches quirky map of the capital complete with giant bagel, elephant and pharaoh

You'll be drawn to London: Artist sketches quirky map of the capital complete with 'Lovely Jubbly' Peckham and a giant bagel Jenni Sparks's map includes colour-coded train lines based on actual geographic Tube mapShe said: 'I wanted to find out exactly what made all the different places in London unique'Landmarks include giant pharaoh (British Museum); 'Van Gogh was here' (in Stockwell); and mustachioed Hoxton | UPDATED: 13:41 GMT, 24 December 2012 It's not often you'll find a map of London with 'Van Gogh was here' written over a street in Stockwell. But this quirky hand-drawn effort is not your standard guide to the city.

Now you can get all the way round London on the overground…As long as you don"t mind catching three trains

Now you can get all the way round London on the overground as 76m final piece of track completes circleThe 76m line – running 16 trains an hour – will reduce journey timesAround 12.3m passengers a year are expected to use the new linkFrom Clapham Junction, it will now take 28 minutes to Canada Water and 35 minutes to ShoreditchBut a trip on the orbital section cannot be taken uninterrupted | UPDATED: 20:09 GMT, 10 December 2012 A 76million 'missing link' stretch of railway – dubbed the M25 on rails – was officially opened to rush hour passengers today. The new 1,422 yards of track south west of Surrey Quays station links the east London section of London Overground with existing track to the north of Queen’s Road Peckham in south east London.