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    PLEASE CHECK THE GRAMMAR MISTAKES.

    THIS IS GREEN PARK.CHANGE HERE FOR THE PICADILLY AND THE VICTORIA LINES.THIS IS A VICTORIA LINE TRAIN TO BRIXTON.

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    Re: GRAMMAR

    Quote Originally Posted by LONDON
    PLEASE CHECK THE GRAMMAR MISTAKES.

    THIS IS GREEN PARK.CHANGE HERE FOR THE PICADILLY AND THE VICTORIA LINES.THIS IS A VICTORIA LINE TRAIN TO BRIXTON.
    The grammar is fine, but how can one change for the Victoria Lines if one is on a Victoria Line? Perhaps it should say "Change here for the Picadilly Line and the other Victoria Lines."

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    There's only one Victoria line that I know of. Maybe they're thinking about people who have missed their stop and want to go back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    There's only one Victoria line that I know of. Maybe they're thinking about people who have missed their stop and want to go back.

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