In part one of Uncircling the Circle we described how London Underground and its predecessors had tried, unsuccessfully, to eliminate the Circle Line as a continuous circle from the underground system. We also looked at some very rational reasons why continuous circle operation is a bad idea. Despite that, there is of course always the nagging doubt that this is just something that London, or at least its transport providers, has developed a great irrational antipathy for. To investigate this we ...
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