End of the Line Ep.3 - Morden

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Geoff Marshall

Geoff Marshall

2 ай бұрын

You don't just walk into Morden - you take the tube there. It's End of the Line Episode 3, and we're down in Zone 4 in South London at the end of the Nothern Line.
But what is there? What's the station like? And can I tempt you to go make a trip yourself if you've never been …
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Louis On Air
Louis On Air
If they ever split the Northern Line, they should definitely call the line to Morden the Southern Line, to finally put the City & South London Railway back on the map
Co-pilot Conrad
Co-pilot Conrad
Hi Geoff, just want to say thank you for all your amazing content. Been feeling depressed recently and these videos really pipe me up so thank yoy 😀
Jared Hull
Jared Hull
As someone who grew up in the Sutton/Mitcham area, Morden station was the start of many a journey into Central London. But I can’t believe you missed out the cultural highlight of Morden, it’s Wimpy restaurant
xBris
xBris
I would have run out of ideas to film years ago. But for some reason, you just keep on turning out great content. Cheers mate!
The Musicologist
The Musicologist
2:04
Chris Woods
Chris Woods
Lived all my life in Sutton and taken the northern line from Morden so many times. I always said it feels like Sutton and Merton area is the forgotten borough and it’s nice to see it being appreciated. Thank you Geoff
DIAC! Productions: Dessins animés
DIAC! Productions: Dessins animés
Thank you Geoff to have travelling all around London just for doing a excellent series for us.
David Jones
David Jones
Aussie here. This series is a real winner. I watch each episode at least 3 times to ensure I don't miss anything. Looking forward to the next episode.
PopeLando
PopeLando
Slightly surprised when Geoff said, "17 miles, the longest journey without mobile signal" rather than "17 miles, formerly the longest passenger transport journey in a tunnel... in the world!" Which as a Finchley native (it comes out at East Finchley) was my favourite entry in the Guinness Book of Records.
Simon Guy
Simon Guy
Kendor Gardens just north of Morden station is worth a visit, it's a long park that covers the tunnels. You can hear (and feel) the trains passing underground
John Warner
John Warner
I am liking this "End of the Line" series
Mike Mainer
Mike Mainer
Geoff,
Travels with Jess
Travels with Jess
Really enjoying this series so far Geoff! 👍🏻😀
Mervyn Partin
Mervyn Partin
Nice one. I've probably put your viewing figures up because I watched the video 4 times to see why it looked like a 2 car train at
john boyce
john boyce
Hi Geoff, I was born in Morden so watched with interest as you filmed all the places we used to go as kids. We used to joke the only reason Morden was populated was because people fell asleep on the train and woke up at Morden. It honestly hasn’t changed much over the years though there used to be a cinema where Lidl is now - ah the memories 😂 thank you
Anna
Anna
I love the fact that Geoff casually flips the tube map at the start
William H. Baird
William H. Baird
The end-of-the-line series is great Geoff!
mfaizsyahmi.
mfaizsyahmi.
Missed opportunity to say "Guten Morden" as the greeting Geoff.
Elizabeth Heeles
Elizabeth Heeles
Absolutely loving this series and looking forward to both Stanmore and Edgware as they were both my old commuting routes.
Юрий Ананас
Юрий Ананас
"You don't just walk into Morden" 😂😂 Great video Geoff!
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