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I understand the point you are making but you also have to consider the fact that their populations are ridiculously different. As a result London pulls more infrastructure and the area which London is classed as occupying. Consider the idea that there are more people in London than Scotland. Does that make it a less fair comparison? Quite probably.
Also related, a map of [Scotland’s rail infrastructure](http://www.projectmapping.co.uk/Reviews/Resources/Scotrail%20network%20FSR2008.jpg).
My point is rather that London is monumentally skewed. Showing what is London’s infrastructure and what is Greater London’s infrastructure is difficult to determine. I’d argue that the Glasgow map is more comparable to OP’s map because Greater London in itself isn’t comparable to Glasgow. Regardless, London is always a special case in these comparisons.