The NotchRail Network Map is an important part of the NotchRail system's identity. The map is a schematic diagram of the network which is based on the former CityRail map in Sydney, Australia.
There are currently five main versions of the map. The first one was made using eDraw software and was updated from the early 2030's until 2040. The second one was made using GIMP and Paint.net and was first released in 2040. It was phased out in favour of a new one in 2057, which is based on the second map but with smoother curves, thinner lines and a less cramped design. In 2071, as part of Project Revolution, a fourth map was created, in a completely revamped style. This change did not last long, however, and in 2072, a revamped third map replaced the fourth map. In 2073, a remade version of the fourth map replaced the third map as the current network map of NotchRail today.
Map 1: eDraw style
Map 2: Early 1990s CityRail network map style
Map 3: 2000s CityRail network map style
Map 4: 2010s Sydney Trains network map style
Map 5: 2010s Sydney Trains network map style
Map 6: 2010s Sydney Trains network map style
Map 7: 2010s Sydney Trains network map style
Metro Rail Map: 2010s Sydney Trains network map style
The first version (2033 - 2040).
The second version (2040 - 2057).
The third version (2057 - 2071, 2072 - 2073).
The fourth version (2071 - 2072, suburban).
The fourth version (2071 - 2072, intercity/regional).
The physical spread of the NotchRail network (unofficial map)
The sixth version (2073 - 2075).
The seventh version (2075–present).
The Metro Rail map. As of v6, the Metro Monorail is separate from the NotchRail network map.