It's a red-color, 12 borough, 49 station & 46-mile route from West Ruislip, Northolt, Newbury Park, White City, Debdenor or Ealing Broadway to Hainault, Woodford, Epping or Leytonstone. They are three depots on this line: White City, West Ruislip & Hainault. The CL [Central Line] started in 1900 as a London Underground's [Subway Tube] fourth longest line, carring over than 260 million passenger journeys [customers] travelling between east & west stations. On Friday & Saturday nights [late night service], Central Line will operate from Ealing Broadway to Loughton or Hainault; no service to/from Epping & to/from West Ruislip; and again on Night Tube for Friday & Saturday nights [late night service], no service between Woodford & Hainault. There's a Hainault loop between Leytonstone & Woodford. Also between earling Broadway & Newbury park every 20 minutes. With a 1992 Stock eight-car train started in 1993, it's a 53-foot train with more than 680 cars. Automatic Train Protection [ATP] was implemented 1995-97 & ATO 1999-2001, with a centralised control centre in West London. This is a huge challenge of that route, for more than an hour. If Aerosoft did the LU's Circle Line, why DoveTail can make other L.U. lines besides Central? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_line_(London_Underground) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_line_(London_Underground)#List_of_stations https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Underground_1992_Stock https://www.london-tube-map.info/central-line/ http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/central.html A Central line 1992 Stock at Theydon Bois station. A Central Line London Underground train departs Perivale station. Central Line map Central Line flag Central Line strip map From Loughton to West Ruislip From West Ruislip to Epping Hainault Loop from Woodford to Gants Hill Secrets on the Central Line These videos are not mine.