The Metropolitan Line is an anomaly. It extends beyond the standard zone numbering system of 1-6, and starts using letters. This is because the Metropolitan Line takes you half way to Cornwall (via Harrow).
The Metropolitan Line's carriages have a bizarre layout of seats, rather like a bus.
Because people only use the Metropolitan Line if they are going on their summer holidays, it is liable to infestation with tramps, and therefore has an ECUC of 100%.
Once the Metropolitan Line leaves Central London, it ecomes little more than a shuttle service ferrying rich people trhough vast swathes of middle England. Hence most of the stops are serviced by little more than a massive housing estate. Rich people don't need pubs, it would seem. Be warned: A trip to Zone D is not for the faint hearted. Friki does these things so you don't have to.
Stations on the Metropolitan Line
- Liverpool Street
- King's Cross St. Pancras
- Euston Square
- Great Portland Street
- Baker Street
- Finchley Road
- Wembley Park
- Preston Road
- Northwick Park
From here, the Metropolitan line goes seven shades of mental.
This branch then bezzes up.