No, you’re not missing anything. I redesigned the page splitting the list into 3 different sections. The notes related to different gatelines within a station which is the third list, and the note is now alongside the details for each station. In the main list the notes just stated that details for each different gateline were the same, which seemed a bit pointless. I’ve now deleted the notes column from the main lists.
Thanks for your reply.
I’ve been doing some of these OSI’s when I’ve come down to London as I live in the Midlands.
I’m planning to walk them all just because I find them interesting.
So another question, I see on the Tube maps that there are some markings to show that you can walk between two stations in under 10 minutes but I’ve noticed that some are not in the OSI list.
As an example South Hampstead to Swiss Cottage.
Dose the OSI list have to have some sort of official status from TFL before it becomes an OSI and the others are just information?
I notice that it also works the other way around that some on the OSI list are not marked on the tube map, maybe not enough space.
Again as an example Paddington to Lancaster gate and Queensway to Bayswater.
I’ve got a new article coming shortly about those dotted lines. For the moment note that they are simply nearby stations within a certain criteria. Most happen to be OSIs but that’s just coincidence. OSIs are a very specific thing in the fares data.