A new map of Scotland's highest mountains has been inspired by the layout of the London Underground map. Peter Burgess, a former geography teacher from East Ham, created the MunrOverground after the success of Tubular Fells, a topological map of England's Lakeland Fells.
The map shows Munros - mountains higher than 3,000ft - and landscapes such as Linn of Dee in Aberdeenshire.
On the map, as with a Tube map you can see Scotland's mountains grouped into a number of lines, including the Skye Line, the Knoydart, Skye and Affric Line and the Southern Hills.
Peter said "I've thoroughly enjoyed mapping Scotland. It's a place with a great heritage and landscape to boot.I've not climbed many Munros, but a tally approaching 40 isn't too bad. In creating this map, I've not only learned a lot about Scotland and its fantastic mountains, but like the Tube map itself, it begins to make sense."
The John Muir Trust and Scottish Mountain Rescue will receive a donation from every map sold. John Hutchison, chairman of the John Muir Trust, said: "The MunrOverground is hugely inspiring, I'm sure that anyone who loves Scotland's wild places would be glad to hang it on their wall."