You might have seen the Tube map for scooters.
You may already be poring over the festive Underground map in anticipation of Christmas (even though Halloween hasn't happened yet).
But have you seen a London Tube map showing just how much property prices in the capital have changed over the past decade? Well, feast your eyes on this.
Price comparison site Service Octopus has mapped out just how much property prices have changed over the past 10 years.
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Property prices in the likes of Walthamstow and Hampstead have more than doubled in 10 years, and for those who managed to buy a house near a Tube station a decade ago, the average value has jumped as much as £250,000 since then.
The average cost of a home next to a London Tube station is now £827,814, up from £553,000 back in 2007.
As for the most profitable Tube lines for the capital's homeowners, the Bakerloo, Victoria and Jubilee came up top, with values rising by up to 57 per cent over the decade.
From Walthamstow Central (where prices have risen 52 per cent) to Brixton in the south (where prices have increased by 44 per cent), the Victoria Line has proved lucrative for those living nearby.
Values in central London have rocketed in value over the past 10 years too, with properties near the likes of Oxford Street, Bond Street and Piccadilly Circus rising by an average of 57 per cent in that time.
The highest property value increases over the past 10 years
|1. Bond Street|
|2. Goodge Street|
|3. Great Portland Street|
|4. Green Park|
|5. Marble Arch|
|6. Oxford Circus|
|7. Piccadilly Circus|
|8. Tottenham Court Road|
|9. Warren Street|
|10. Golders Green|