....I climbed the Northern Line today, A feat accomplished day by day, Delays, suspensions so they say, Disrupt the start of every day, Rarely, do they seem to run this line, Abandon succeeding routes on time,     May loose your job but that's just fine, To those who run the Northern Line! (Friday 27th Sept' 2013 M.Isherwood)....x

....I climbed the Northern Line today, A feat accomplished day by day, Delays, suspensions so they say, Disrupt the start of every day, Rarely, do they seem to run this line, Abandon succeeding routes on time, May loose your job but that's just fine, To those who run the Northern Line! (Friday 27th Sept' 2013 M.Isherwood)....x

Entrance to Leicester Square Tube Station in Cranbourn Street, London, 1916. An interchange for the Piccadilly and Northern Lines [then the Hampstead Line], the building is faced in tiles. The corner houses the premises of Salmon & Gluckstein.

Entrance to Leicester Square Tube Station in Cranbourn Street, London, 1916. An interchange for the Piccadilly and Northern Lines [then the Hampstead Line], the building is faced in tiles. The corner houses the premises of Salmon & Gluckstein.

Tube through the decades: Interior of 70's London underground train

150 years of the London underground – in pictures

This is King William Street station which was the first station to be closed. it was abandoned in 1899

This is King William Street station which was the first station to be closed. it was abandoned in 1899

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