A report on List of London Underground stations

An unofficial topological tube map of the London Underground system. Also included are the London Overground, Docklands Light Railway, the Tramlink, and Crossrail systems for integration purposes.

Metro system in the United Kingdom that serves Greater London and the home counties of Buckinghamshire, Essex and Hertfordshire.

- List of London Underground stations
An unofficial topological tube map of the London Underground system. Also included are the London Overground, Docklands Light Railway, the Tramlink, and Crossrail systems for integration purposes.

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London Underground

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Rapid transit system serving Greater London and some parts of the adjacent counties of Buckinghamshire, Essex and Hertfordshire in England.

Rapid transit system serving Greater London and some parts of the adjacent counties of Buckinghamshire, Essex and Hertfordshire in England.

The Metropolitan Railway opened in 1863 using GWR broad-gauge locomotives.
Passengers wait to board a tube train in 1906.
Aldwych Underground station being used as a bomb shelter in 1940
A 1959 Stock train at Barons Court
Platform edge doors at Westminster
A map of the entire system with accurate positions of stations but simplified presentation of lines
A sub-surface Metropolitan line A Stock train (left) passes a deep-tube Piccadilly line 1973 Stock train (right) in the siding at Rayners Lane.
Escalators at Canary Wharf station
The Oyster card, a contactless smart card used across the London transport system
Route map of Night Tube
An overcrowded Northern line train. Overcrowding is a regular problem for Tube passengers, especially during peak hours.
The left side shows the 1933 Beck map and the right side the map in 2012.
Russell Square, one of the UERL stations designed by Leslie Green clad in ox-blood tiles
55 Broadway, above St James's Park station, was designed by Charles Holden in 1927 and is one of only two Grade I listed buildings on the Underground.
1913 Underground poster by Tony Sarg
Artwork by French artist Daniel Buren, commissioned by Art on the Underground at Tottenham Court Road
An early form of the roundel as used on the platform at Ealing Broadway
The form used today outside Westminster tube station
Roundel and "way out" arrow on a platform at Bethnal Green station
Michael Craig-Martin's 2016 roundel design
NO SMOKING signs using the roundel which are present only on the 1972 stock trains of the Bakerloo line

The system serves 272 stations and has 250 mi of track.

The Tube map as of May 2022

Tube map

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Schematic transport map of the lines, stations and services of the London Underground, known colloquially as "the Tube", hence the map's name.

Schematic transport map of the lines, stations and services of the London Underground, known colloquially as "the Tube", hence the map's name.

The Tube map as of May 2022
Map of underground lines, 1908
Unofficial map of fare zone 1 that shows the approximate geographic locations of the stations and lines.
A London Buses "spider map" on display next to a Tube map at Waterloo Station
Google Doodle in January 2013 (150th anniversary of the Tube)
A Wikimedia schematic version of the Tube map. The locations of lines and stations are not geographically accurate.

As a schematic diagram, it shows not the geographic locations but the relative positions of the stations, lines, the stations' connective relations and fare zones.