Tube Station Trivia

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How many baies have been born on the Underground and when was the first?

When was First Class withdrawn on the system?

Why is the line with greatest number of stations south of the Thames called the Northern?

Where can you see owls in booking halls?

When was the first royal visit to the Tube?

Which station has a once-a-day interchange service?

In 2002 Geoff Marshall first attempted what is known as the Tube Challenge - where competitiors travel through (but don't have to get out at) every Underground station on the system in the fastest time possible.

It was after he broke the record in 2013 that Geoff set out to go to - get out at - every Underground station, picking up pieces of trivia and spotting things that you don't see when just passing through.

ISBN/EAN: 9781854144317
Author: Marshall, Geoff
Publication Date: 28/09/2018
Size: 172x111mm
Product Type: Paperback
Number of Pages: 112
Publisher: Capital Transport

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