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100 Journeys: No 11 (Moquette-Gate!)

Last week saw Londonist’s Geoff Marshall explain all 4 London landmarks in the Central/Northern and Jubilee Line moquette seat covers. (And Even though I always wrongly thought the 4th landmark was Canary Wharf, it was a great video). 186 more words

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St. John's Wood

St. John’s Wood first opened on 20th November 1939, the same day as its neighbour Swiss Cottage. It was initially served by Bakerloo Line trains until being transferred to the Jubilee Line along with the rest of the Stanmore branch of the line. 471 more words

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Swiss Cottage

Swiss Cottage is a member of that small group of tube stops named after a pub.  The station that stands today first opened on 20th November 1939 when a new deep level tunnel was built between Finchley Road and Baker Street as part of the transfer of the Stanmore branch of the Metropolitan Line across to the Bakerloo. 569 more words

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Queensbury first opened on the Metropolitan Line on 16th December 1934, coming between Canons Park and Kingsbury which had opened two years earlier. Like the rest of the Stanmore Branch, it transferred across to the Bakerloo Line in 1939 and then in turn to the Jubilee Line in 1979. 415 more words

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Westminster - Jubilee Line - 20.09.2015


What’s at Westminster you may ask, well lots if you want to be a tourist, there is the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and lots of other interesting things to see.  767 more words


A visit to Crossrail Place Roof Garden

Tuesday 6th October – 30th meeting of 2015

Today we went to explore Canary Wharf to look at the new Crossrail Place Roof Garden. We meet at London Bridge and took the Jubilee line to Canary Wharf. 401 more words


Kingsbury brings to a close my trio of Jubilee Line stations for now. It opened on 10th December 1932 on the Metropolitan Railway, before transferring to the Bakerloo in 1939 and then the Jubilee in 1979. 368 more words

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