‘Alice in Wonderland’ as a subway map
Riding the subway in Wonderland would be so frustrating. Wherever you thought you were going, the train would take you in the opposite direction. (Although we have to admit that occasionally happens to us today.) The stationmaster would be some sort of anthropomorphized animal. (Which, yes, also happens today.) But here’s one that’d be unique to the world of Lewis Carroll: printed maps would be of limited value because at random times the stations would all get up and relocate themselves. Which means that you’re basically fine, unless you have to be at a croquet match at a specific time, for instance.