22nd June 2013 – Opening of the Charing-X, Euston & Hampstead Railway, 1907

Celebration: Opening of the Charing-X, Euston & Hampstead Railway (later the Northern Line), 1907

Mission: Go somewhere by tube

Status: Foiled by TFL

Notes: The Charing X, Euston & Hampstead Railway was opened on this day in 1907, and merged with the City & South London Railway in the 1920s to become the Morden-Edgware Line, and was renamed as the Northern Line in August 1937. It was closed today.

 no northern line

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