Charing Cross

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Kensington High Street
Mansion House
Putney Bridge

The Charing Cross of 1936 is today called Embankment, having been renamed when the Jubilee Line opened; the station called Charing Cross today was then Trafalgar Square.

The "from" stations on this card are all on the District or Circle Lines, while the "to" stations are on the Northern Line. It is curious that, although the Bakerloo Line also called here, none of its stations appear in the latter list.

If we were designing Lobo today, we would almost certainly omit Victoria, as the Victoria Line offers a far better route from Northern Line stations via the cross-platform interchanges at Euston and Stockwell. Waterloo to Westminster can also be done directly via the Jubilee Line, and indeed either might make a sensible interchange station in a new version of the game.

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