Today, I am Suggesting the Northern Line of the London Underground. Most of the information can be found in the video below: The Northern Line runs between Edgware and Morden. After the Camden Town Station, the Northern Line splits into two sections. One section runs to the East, terminating at High Barnet, and the Mill Hill East Branch, and the other section runs to the West, terminating at Edgware. Again, after the Camden Town Station (this time going southbound), the line splits again into two branches. The Eastern Branch is called the Charing Cross Branch, and the Western Branch is called the Bank Branch. They both reconnect at the Kennington Station and run to Morden. In the future (Late 2021), some trains running via the Bank Branch, will run down a New Branch to Battersea Power Station, stopping at Nine Elms along the way. There are proposals to extend the line even further to Clapham Junction. -- The Northern Line uses the 1995 Stock. These trains are fairly similar to the Jubilee Line's 1996 Stock. The main differences lie in the Mechanical and Electrical Components on the train. What do you think about this suggestion?