- Which tube station has no vowels?
- What are the 11 London Underground lines?
- What is the busiest tube station in London?
- Is the Elizabeth line a tube line?
- What is the least used Tube line in London?
- What’s the newest tube line?
- Which tube station has the longest escalator?
- What was the first metro in the world?
- Which tube station has the longest name?
- Which London Underground line is the longest?
- What is the least used underground line?
- What is the most used tube line?
- What is the smallest London Underground station?
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..
What are the 11 London Underground lines?
The system comprises eleven lines – Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, Waterloo & City – serving 270 stations.
What is the busiest tube station in London?
King’s Cross St. PancrasList of busiest London Underground stationsRank (2018)Station20181King’s Cross St. Pancras89.822Victoria84.473Oxford Circus76.404Waterloo76.5413 more rows
Is the Elizabeth line a tube line?
The main feature of the project is the construction of a new railway line that will run underground from near Paddington Station via central London and Liverpool Street Station to Stratford.
What is the least used Tube line in London?
Central LineLondon Underground’s quietest, least used tube station is “Roding Valley”. Located at the top end of the ‘Hainault Loop’ section of the Central Line (the red one on a tube map), Roding Valley station is situated in the north eastern Greater London & South Essex borders.
What’s the newest tube line?
The newest line to be built is the Jubilee Line, with the first section opening in 1979 and extending to the London Docklands in 1999.
Which tube station has the longest escalator?
Angel stationWith 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).
What was the first metro in the world?
London UndergroundThe London Underground, which opened in 1863, was the world’s first underground railway system. More than 30,000 passengers tried out the Tube on the opening day and it was hailed by the Times as “the great engineering triumph of the day”. Pictured – William Gladstone on an inspection of the first underground line.
Which tube station has the longest name?
@@@ Hint: the longest name is made up of five words, with ‘for’ the third word (and the station is sometimes called by just the first two words, but the official name does include all five words).
Which London Underground line is the longest?
Central lineThe longest line on the London Underground is the Central line at 54.9km. That means the longest continuous journey that you can take without changing is from Epping in Essex, to West Ruislip, in Hillingdon.
What is the least used underground line?
With a little over 368,400 passengers recorded in 2017, the Central line’s Roding Valley is officially the least used station across the London underground network.
What is the most used tube line?
Here we go:Victoria, 15.1m per mile.Waterloo & City, 10.6m per mile.Jubilee, 9.5m per mile.Bakerloo, 7.7m per mile.Northern, 7.0m per mile.Central, 5.7m per mile.District, 5.2m per mile.Piccadilly, 4.7m per mile.More items…•Sep 11, 2017
What is the smallest London Underground station?
Popular facts and figures 🔢Date opened 🐣1863Shortest lift shaftKing’s Cross St. Pancras – 2.3 metresStation with most platformsBaker Street – 10Highest station above mean sea level 🌊Amersham (Metropolitan line) – 147 metresFurthest station from central LondonChesham to Chalfont & Latimer (Metropolitan line) – 6.3km16 more rows•Jul 29, 2019