Randomness Guide to London - Differences between Version 2 and Version 1 of Category Sutton Loop
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|The Sutton Loop is a part of the [[Category Thameslink|Thameslink]] route. After crossing [[Blackfriars Railway Bridge]] into South London, the Thameslink route splits into two branches; one goes via [[London Bridge Station|London Bridge]] to [[East Croydon Station|East Croydon]] and the other heads through [[Elephant And Castle Station|Elephant and Castle]] and a few other stations to run in a loop taking in [[Sutton Station|Sutton]] and [[Wimbledon Station|Wimbledon]]. Trains enter and leave the loop after/before [[Streatham Station|Streatham]].
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One potentially confusing thing about the loop is that if you want to go to Sutton, you can get there more directly by taking a train which is indicated as being for Wimbledon - and vice versa.
The loop is also known as the Wimbledon Loop, the Sutton/Wimbledon Loop, and the Wimbledon/Sutton Loop.
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thameslink According to Wikipedia], morning peak trains only run in one direction (clockwise) around the loop.
Auto-generated list of stations on the Sutton Loop (@MAP_LINK [[Category Sutton Loop|view them on a map]]):
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