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Taken the London Underground emoji test? Here are the answers - except for number 12 - the cryptic emoji that's even got us guessing. Know the answer? Let us know on our Facebook page.
- 1. Waterloo
- 2. Angel
- 3. Kilburn
- 4. Seven Sisters
- 5. Bow Road
- 6. Blackfriars
- 7. Elephant and Castle
- 8. Bank
- 9. Clapham
- 10. Cockfosters
- 11. Canada Water
- 12. ?!?!?!?
- 13. West India Quay
Emoji is officially the world's fastest growing language. There's no getting away from them. In texts, tweets and emails, emojis are everywhere.
So how fluent are you? Can you guess the name of the London Underground stations from these emojis?
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- 1) In 1863, there weren’t any ELECTRIC trains.
- 2) Steam engines used the power of FIRE AND WATER.
- 3) Thousands of people used the London Underground on THE FIRST DAY.
- 4) The old London Underground used GAS lights.
- 5) When the London Underground opened, most of the tickets sold were the THIRD CLASS TICKETS/CHEAP TICKETS.
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