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Chelsea-Hackney line

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  1. a safeguarded route for an underground railway running from south-west London to north-east London

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  2. As of 2008, the plan is being developed by Cross London Rail Links Ltd., the developers of Crossrail , and is therefore sometimes known as Crossrail 2

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  3. has also been proposed that an extension spur could be built Northwards that involves re-using the Northern Heights section to Alexandra Palace that was once planned to be part of the Northern Line

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  4. A south-west/north-east tube line was originally planned as early as 1901 and a bill was put before parliament in 1904

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  5. In 2007, the 1991 route was updated - Sloane Square was dropped from the plan and it was decided to take over the Central line's Epping branch from Leytonstone - and re-safeguarded

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