|Highest station above mean sea level||Amersham (Metropolitan line) – 147 metres|
|Furthest station from central London||Chesham to Chalfont & Latimer (Metropolitan line) – 6.3km|
|Shortest distance between stations||Leicester Square to Covent Garden (Piccadilly line) – 0.3km|
Which Tube line has the fewest stations?
33. The Waterloo & City line has the fewest scheduled for peak period service at just five. 34. The total length of the London Underground network is 250 miles.
Which London Underground line is the shortest?
Waterloo and City line – 2.37km
The Drain yo-yos between Waterloo and Bank, so unsurprisingly is the shortest by far, taking only four minutes from one end to the other.
What is the most used tube line?
Which are London’s busiest morning Tube Lines?
|Position||Tube Line||Morning peak hour capacity|
|1||Northern Line||130 per cent|
|2||Central Line||116 per cent|
|3||Jubilee Line||115 per cent|
|4||Victoria Line||105 per cent|
What are the two closest tube stations?
Each week hundreds of tourists are wasting money on taking the Tube between the two closest stops on the London Underground network: Covent Garden and Leicester Square.
Which is the busiest tube station in London?
List of busiest London Underground stations
|1||King’s Cross St. Pancras||89.82|
What is the deepest underground station in the world?
The deepest metro station in the world.
Arsenalna Metro Station is technically still higher than the river, but lies nearly 350 feet (105.5 meters) beneath the city, making it the deepest station in the world.
Which tube station has no vowels?
50 things you never knew about the London Underground: There is only one tube station name which does not have any letters of the word “mackerel” in it – St John’s Wood. There are only two tube stations which have all five vowels in them – Mansion House and South Ealing.
How fast does a tube train go?
The average speed on the Underground is 20.5 miles per hour, including station stops. On the Metropolitan line, trains can reach over 60 mph.
How many London underground lines are there?
London Underground, better known as the Tube, has 11 lines covering 402km and serving 270 stations.
How many abandoned Tube stations are there?
There are 270 functioning stations across our network, but at least 40 Overground and Underground stations still in existence are no longer used for travel.
Disused underground stations.
|City Road||City & South London Railway||1922|
|Down Street||Great Northern Piccadilly and Brompton Railway||1932|
Which underground station has the longest escalator?
With a vertical rise of 90 feet (27 m) and a length of 200 feet (61 m), the escalators at Angel station are the longest on the Underground, and the second longest in the United Kingdom (after one at Heathrow Terminal 5).
Which tube station has most platforms?
Has the most platforms of any tube station – 10.
Why is the London Underground so hot?
The heat in the tunnels is largely generated by the trains, with a small amount coming from station equipment and passengers. … Temperatures on the Underground have slowly increased as the clay around the tunnels has warmed up; in the early days of the Underground it was advertised as a place to keep cool on hot days.
How much is an off peak travel card?
LONDON TRAVELCARD PRICES(prices are controlled by TFL and subject to change)
|Select type||Day Anytime Price||Off Peak Day Price|
|Adult Zones 1-2||£12.70||£12.70|
|Adult Zones 1-4||£12.70||£12.70|
|Adult Zones 1-6||£18.10||£12.60|
Why does the Waterloo and City Line exist?
Basically a shuttle from the largest station in the UK to the financial hub of the capital, the line makes life easier not only for the commuters who take it, but helps ease pressure on other Tube lines that travel around the same area.