Recently, I've seen a whole new different style of disruption maps appearing, which are more in the style of the more country-wide "projectmapping" maps. Before, the disruption maps were like this: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/static/documents/maps/WoolwichLineNT.pdf The map is from today, showing the issue with the derailed train. New versions I've seen are: Current Gidea Park delays http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/static/documents/maps/Gidea_Park(7).pdf Yesterday's tree on the line at Forest hill, combined with Oxted issues http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/static/documents/maps/Forest_Hill_2(2).pdf The first of the new maps seems fine in itself, but for the second, the <!> that's somewhere in London is just... where? And the small buses on the Oxted section, I'm not sure about that either. Especially with the Reading Woking red buses, it'll just be confusing. Can anyone shed some light on why they have decided on changing (some of) their disruption maps? And is it just me who's thinking these versions look much worse and less helpful than the previous ones? I know the impacted sections weren't always exactly as shown in the maps, but now it's just even more vague.