Which means those wishing to travel to Goodge Street will find themselves in spoon.PeterBale said:I'm afraid you'll have to play by Transport for London's rules, as parts of the Northern line are still closed following the recent accident :wink: :lol: :lol:
Good point David, but doesn't Pillinger's theorem only apply when all the district line stations are wild?Straightmute said:Are we playing according to Pillinger's Theorem? If so, you obviously can't start at Euston, unless diagonals are played in recessive form.
Exactly. Arnos Grove is the way out of this, as I indicated above...Daniel Sheard said:Oooh, crossed postings.
Anyway, Peter, you can't have Hammersmith after Turnham Green unless the Wimbledon convention is being followed. And nobody follows the Wimbledon convention these days. So 1990s!