In part 2 of The Past, Present and Future of Metropolitan Line Services we finished with details of frequencies for the Metropolitan Line once the Sub-Surface Lines upgrade was complete. With plans for a overview of the ultimately intended service pattern for all the Sub-Surface Lines in mind, we now look at the Circle Line. Never Run Your Trains In A Circle! In the 1960s and 1970s London Transport had a flourishing international consultancy arm which made money by advising other cities on on ...
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