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Then as now, Tottenham Court Road was the intersection between the north-south Northern Line (West End branch) and the east-west Central Line. To those who think of Euston as a busy interchange, it is worth remembering that, until the building of the Victoria Line in the 1960s, it was not a junction at all and didn't even have escalators, passengers reaching the platforms via a set of lifts.
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