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    which london tube line are you???

    http://www.avnet.co.uk/home/amaranth/tube/tubequiz.html
    Going Underground - which London Underground tube line are you?I'm the DISTRICT line!



    You run from exclusive, historic Richmond in the west to leafy, sub-suburban Upminster, in the East, and have pretty riverside views. There's a cosy suburban feel to you, possibly fostered by the fact that so much of your track is above ground. You are the sort of Underground line that people associate with outings, rather than commuting, and you feature on many London Transport advertisements. You are open, outgoing and fun-loving, with a slightly passé feel
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    You are the Circle Line.

    Your life has no direction. You run around and around and around, passing through many of London's tourist attractions, mainline stations and interchanges: as a result you are often overrun by tourists and accordion players. It takes you an hour to do one 14-mile round trip, passing through 27 stations. You are bright, cosmopolitan, and somewhat jaded, and you like accordion music.


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    You are the Central Line.

    You run from Ealing Broadway in the west, through the heart of London, to Epping in the east. Until 1994 you ran right into the Essex countryside, to Ongar, but finally you realised that no one wanted to go to Essex. You are practical and adaptable, resilient and open-minded, and are more likely to tolerate buskers than other Underground lines.

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    i'm the circle line aswell

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    I am the northern line
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    Originally posted by Knoxville
    You are the Central Line.

    You run from Ealing Broadway in the west, through the heart of London, to Epping in the east. Until 1994 you ran right into the Essex countryside, to Ongar, but finally you realised that no one wanted to go to Essex. You are practical and adaptable, resilient and open-minded, and are more likely to tolerate buskers than other Underground lines.
    Ditto

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    Originally posted by steve threlfall
    what do you do?
    Fill in all the questions, select one radio box from each set. then click on "Tell Me!". Should take you to a page with which line you are on.

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    Ha ha, im the circle also. I guess it is somewhat true.

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    I'm Circle Line too... Accordian music??!?!?! Hmmm!!

    "Your life has no direction. You run around and around and around, passing through many of London's tourist attractions, mainline stations and interchanges: as a result you are often overrun by tourists and accordion players. It takes you an hour to do one 14-mile round trip, passing through 27 stations. You are bright, cosmopolitan, and somewhat jaded, and you like accordion music."


    I've had a lot of sobering thoughts in my time.... It was them that started me drinking.

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    northern line


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    i am the circle line also

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    You are the Circle Line.


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    You are the District Line.

    You run from exclusive, historic Richmond in the west to leafy, sub-suburban Upminster, in the East, and have pretty riverside views. There's a cosy suburban feel to you, possibly fostered by the fact that so much of your track is above ground. You are the sort of Underground line that people associate with outings, rather than commuting, and you feature on many London Transport advertisements. You are open, outgoing and fun-loving, with a slightly passé feel


    Funny... I live not far from Richmond and the nearest Tube station is a District Line station...
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