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  • View Poll Results: Which is the best London Underground line
    Bakerloo
    15
    6.44%
    Central
    37
    15.88%
    Circle
    25
    10.73%
    District
    12
    5.15%
    Hammersmith & City
    4
    1.72%
    Jubilee
    36
    15.45%
    Metropolitan
    14
    6.01%
    Northern
    35
    15.02%
    Piccadilly
    33
    14.16%
    Victoria
    15
    6.44%
    Waterloo & City
    3
    1.29%
    I have never travelled on the Underground.
    4
    1.72%

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    (Original post by tom_pinnock54)
    Central - goes practically from our place to oxford street to Westfield! Woo!
    And in a couple of years time will link up with the other Westfield in Stratford!
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    Northern Line is the best. And the deepest. And it has massive escalators at Angel.
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    Northern's where it's at.
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    (Original post by Lauren__x)
    Turn on the charm:yes: and memorise a different birthday:p:
    Good gal. That's the spirit :p:
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    Jubilee - because it has the best looking stations
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    The Met line, past Baker Street. Apart from rush hour, it's usually quite quiet and leads to places like Chorleywood, Chalfont and Amersham which are beautiful (not strictly London).
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    blates Central
    :awesome:
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    Northern line is the only one never on strike. Also, it was the only one that operated when there was the snow storm in Feb.
    Jubilee is always closed - useless
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    Northern because it goes to my house and oxford street ,the only two stops i need.
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    (Original post by ghanglish)
    The Met line, past Baker Street. Apart from rush hour, it's usually quite quiet and leads to places like Chorleywood, Chalfont and Amersham which are beautiful (not strictly London).
    Amersham is not beautiful :puke:
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    Jubilee! What a pleasant voice. hehe
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    i thought this was going to be about the london underground song :sad:
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    (Original post by ghanglish)
    The Met line, past Baker Street. Apart from rush hour, it's usually quite quiet and leads to places like Chorleywood, Chalfont and Amersham which are beautiful (not strictly London).
    chorleywood is not beautiful
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    (Original post by Expression)
    And in a couple of years time will link up with the other Westfield in Stratford!
    Kaching!
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    Victoria.
    Takes me home.
    Does anyone elses station play Classical music over the tannoy as a crowd calmer/soother.

    Something rather superb about striding down the escalators to Mozart.
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    central! shopping, my brothers flat, school trips when i was younger. nuff said
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    (Original post by mfm89)
    Victoria.
    Takes me home.
    Does anyone elses station play Classical music over the tannoy as a crowd calmer/soother.

    Something rather superb about striding down the escalators to Mozart.
    I've never heard of that, then again I only really ever use central London stations. What station does that?
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    (Original post by DanielWhit)
    I've never heard of that, then again I only really ever use central London stations. What station does that?
    Brixton, especially on fri/sat nights but also rush hour
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    The Circle Line for me! The idea that if you miss the stop you can carry on going round again just works.
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    (Original post by Afcwimbledon2)
    The Circle Line for me! The idea that if you miss the stop you can carry on going round again just works.
    It's just too slow for me, that's my only complaint. Carriages are nice.
 
 
 
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