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POLL: The Central Line - love it or loathe it?

12:42 04 January 2013

Gants Hill, Central Line station

Gants Hill, Central Line station

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The London Underground will be 150 years old on Wednesday and we want to know how you feel about Redbridge’s only Tube - the Central Line.

It is the longest and busiest line in London, with more than 183million of us using it every year.

Whether you catch the Tube for work, leisure or avoid it completely, we want to know how you feel about it.

Vote in the poll and let us know any loves and pet hates in the comments below.

The poll will be open until Tuesday and results will be in Thursday’s Recorder.

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