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    Question Re: Mornington Crescent

    You do realize that King's Cross St Pancras Underground station links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria?
    Making it the biggest interchange on the London Underground, and one of the busiest.
    You know what else makes it unique?
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    Default Re: Mornington Crescent

    Quote Originally Posted by L'irlandais View Post
    You do realize that King's Cross St Pancras Underground station links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria?
    Making it the biggest interchange on the London Underground, and one of the busiest.
    You know what else makes it unique?
    I've no idea... oh wait, is it something to do with Eurostar? (Kings Cross St Pancras)

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    Question Re: Mornington Crescent

    Not one of you brave enough to go to the very bottom of that rabbit hole?

    I’ll get my Weasel.*

    *Weasel and Stoat
    =Coat
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    Default Re: Mornington Crescent

    Quote Originally Posted by L'irlandais View Post
    Not one of you brave enough to go to the very bottom of that rabbit hole?

    I’ll get my Weasel.*

    *Weasel and Stoat
    =Coat
    King's Cross is it? You're right, there is only one choice!
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    Default Re: Mornington Crescent

    Very funny, I tried running directly at the barrier between platforms 9 and 10, which supposedly hold the secret entrance. Bloody hurt that did.

    J.K.Rowlings has since admitted she meant Platform 9 and three quarters at Euston Railway station. Which is actually located at the barrier between platforms 4 & 5. To keep Muggles like me out.
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    Harrow & Wealdstone

    Technically the oldest station on the network: the mainline station was built in 1837, predating Baker Street by 24 years. It was opened for Underground trains in 1917.

    Risky move, but let’s see if the opposition are paying attention.
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