List of London Underground stations


List of London Underground stations

This is a list of London Underground stations. It includes all stations currently open on the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway, as well as Shepherd's Bush (Central Line) which will reopen in October 2008. The London Underground and Docklands Light Railway networks are operated by Transport for London (TfL) and are located primarily within the Greater London area and north of the River Thames. The majority of the stations are located in the City of London or one of twenty-seven London boroughs. Jubilee||Southwark||2||17 September 1999||||7.65
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Canary Wharf||Jubilee||Tower Hamlets||2||17 September 1999||||34.21
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Canary Wharf||DLR (Lewisham Branch)||Tower Hamlets||2||1991||||0.00unknown
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Canning Town||DLR (Beckton & London City Airport Branches), Jubilee ||Newham||3||14 June 1847* 28 March 1994‡ 14 May 1999†||||7.275
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Cannon Street||District [#Notes| [i] , Circle line||City of London||1||1 September 1866# 6 October 1884†||||4.094
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Canons Park||Jubilee [#Notes| [e] ||Harrow||5||10 December 1932||Canons Park (Edgware) until 1933||1.217
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Chalfont & Latimer||Metropolitan||Chiltern ||8||1 May 1903*, 21 November 1948†||||0.203
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Chiswick Park||District||Ealing||3|| 1 July 1879 || Acton Green until 1887, Chiswick Park & Acton Green 1887-1910||1.788
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|Chorleywood||Metropolitan||Three Rivers||7||1 May 1903* 31 May 1948†||||0.456
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Farringdon||Metropolitan [#Notes| [b] , Circle line, Hammersmith & City||Islington ||1||10 January 1863||Farringdon Street until 1922 Farringdon and High Holborn 1922-36||15.255
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Finchley Central||Northern||Barnet||4||22 August 1867*, 14 April 1940†||Finchley & Hendon until 1894, Finchley (Church End) 1894-1940||4.145
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Finchley Road||Metropolitan, Jubilee [#Notes| [f] ||Camden||2||30 June 1879||||8.836
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Finsbury Park||Piccadilly, Victoria||Islington||2||1861#, 15 December 1906†||||23.418
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Fulham Broadway||District||Hammersmith and Fulham||2||1 March 1880||Walham Green until 1952||8.715
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Gallions Reach||DLR (Beckton Branch)||Newham||3||28 March 1994||||0.00unknown
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Gants Hill||Central||Redbridge||4||14 December 1947||Proposed names before opening were North Ilford, and Cranbrook||3.799
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Gloucester Road||District [#Notes| [c] , Piccadilly, Circle line||Kensington and Chelsea||1||1 October 1868||Brompton (Gloucester Road) until 1907||12.587
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Golders Green||Northern||Barnet||3||22 June 1907||||5.832
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Goldhawk Road||Hammersmith & City [#Notes| [d] ||Hammersmith and Fulham||2||1 April 1914||||1.568
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Goodge Street||Northern||Camden||1||22 June 1907||Tottenham Court Road until 1908||6.725
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Grange Hill||Central||Redbridge||4||9 May 1910||Sandy Lodge until 1923, Moor Park & Sandy Lodge 1923-50||0.627
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Moorgate||Metropolitan [#Notes| [b] , Northern, Circle line, Hammersmith & City||City of London ||1|| 23 December 1865†, 1 July 1866*||Moorgate Street on Metropolitan only until 1924||16.433
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Morden||Northern||Merton||4|| 13 September 1926||||5.493
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Mornington Crescent ||Northern||Camden||2||22 June 1907||Proposed name before opening was Seymour Street||2.938
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Mudchute||DLR (Lewisham Branch)||Tower Hamlets||2||31 August 1987, relocated 20 November 1999||||0.00unknown
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Neasden||Jubilee [#Notes| [e] ||Brent||3|| 2 August 1880||Kingsbury & Neasden until 1910, Neasden & Kingsbury 1910-32||2.479
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New Cross||East London||1 September 1887||||1.564
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Roding Valley||Central||Redbridge||4 DLR (Bank branch)||Tower Hamlets||2||10 April 1876*, 1 October 1884†, 31 August 1987‡||Shadwell & St George's-in-the-East 1900-18||1.662
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Shepherd's Bush||Tower Hamlets||2||7 December 1869*, 1 October 1884†||Wapping & Shadwell until 1876||1.442
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Warren Street||Northern, Victoria||Camden||1||22 June 1907||Euston Road until 1908||12.67
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Warwick Avenue ||Bakerloo||City of Westminster ||2||31 January 1915||||3.433
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Waterloo||Waterloo & City, Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee||Lambeth||1||11 July 1848#, 10 March 1906†||||67.396
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Watford||Metropolitan||Watford||7Five London boroughs (Bexley, Bromley, Croydon, Kingston and Sutton) have never been served by the system. The London Borough of Lewisham previously had two Underground stations on the East London line but these are currently closed and will transfer to the London Overground network when they reopen in 2010. The London Borough of Hackney has one station located on its western border.:B. note label|note02|B|^The London Underground uses a system of nine concentric zones for the calculation of fares between stations. Fares between any station in one zone and any station in another are the same, irrespective of the start and end points of the journey or the route used.:C. note label|note03|C|^Where more than one line serves a station, lines are listed in the order of opening. In some cases stations were first served by one underground line but later transferred to another:::a First served by Metropolitan Line - Circle Line services separately identified in 1949.cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/metropolitan.html#dates |title=Metropolitan Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/circle.html#dates |title=Circle Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] ::b First served by Metropolitan Line - Circle Line services separately identified in 1949, Hammersmith & City Line services separately identified in 1990.cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/hammersmith.html#dates |title=Hammersmith & City Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] ::c First served by Metropolitan Line - District Line service added in stages, Circle Line services separately identified in 1949.cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/district.html#dates |title=District Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] ::d First served by Metropolitan Line - Hammersmith & City Line services separately identified in 1990.::e First served by Metropolitan Line - service transferred to Bakerloo Line in 1939 and then to the Jubilee Line in 1979.cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/bakerloo.html#dates |title=Bakerloo Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/jubilee.html#dates |title=Jubilee Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] ::f First served by Metropolitan Line - Bakerloo Line service added in 1939 which was transferred to the Jubilee Line in 1979.::g First served by Bakerloo Line - service transferred to Jubilee Line in 1979.::h First served by District Line - service transferred to Piccadilly Line in 1933.cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/piccadilly.html#dates |title=Piccadilly Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] ::i First served by District Line - Circle Line services separately identified in 1949.::j First served by District Line - Metropolitan Line service added in stages which was transferred to Hammersmith & City Line in 1990.::k First served by Metropolitan Line - District Line service added in 1910 which was transferred to Piccadilly Line in 1933.::l First served by District Line - service transferred to Piccadilly Line in 1964.:D. note label|note04|D|^Where a station has multiple opening dates the following symbols are used:::* First mainline services using same route or tracks.cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/central.html#dates |title=Central Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-01-21 ] cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/dockland.html#dates |title=Docklands Light Railway, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/eastlondon.html#dates |title=East London Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-01-21 ] cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/northern.html#dates |title=Northern Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-01-21 ] cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/waterloo.html#dates |title=Waterloo & City Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-01-21 ] ::# First mainline service using different route or tracks.cite web |url=http://www.davros.org/rail/culg/victoria.html#dates |title=Victoria Line, Dates |work=Clive's Underground Line Guides |accessdate=2008-02-05 ] ::† First London Underground services.cite book |last=Rose |first=Douglas |title=The London Underground, A Diagrammatic History |year=1999 |location=London|publisher=Douglas Rose/Capital Transport|isbn=1-85414-219-4|oclc= 59556887 ] ::‡ First Docklands Light Railway services.:E. note label|note05|E|^All Usage statistics are in millions per year. Stations with names beginning A or B have 2006 data; other stations have 2005 data. [cite web |url=http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tfl/corporate/modesoftransport/tube/performance/entriesandexits.asp |title=Tube entry and exit statistics 2005 and 2006 |accessdate=2008-02-04 |publisher=Transport for London ] :F. note label|note06|F|^Barkingside, Chigwell, Fairlop, Grange Hill, Hainault and Roding Valley stations were moved from Zone 5 to Zone 4 on 2 January 2007. [cite web |url=http://www.tfl.gov.uk/corporate/media/newscentre/3795.aspx |title=Central line stations on Hainault loop to join Zone 4 |date=2006-12-29 |accessdate=2008-02-05 |publisher=Transport for London ] :G. note label|note07|G|^Shepherd's Bush Central Line station closed temporarily on 2 February 2008 for reconstruction. [Cite web| url=http://www.tfl.gov.uk/corporate/media/newscentre/6871.aspx |date=2007-12-14 |accessdate=2008-02-05 |title=Shepherd's Bush (Central line) station to close for major improvements |publisher=Transport for London] :H. note label|note08|H|^Zones 7-9 replaced zones A-D on 2 January 2008.Cite web| url=http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/guide-to-fares-and-tickets-08-01-02.pdf |date=2008-01-02 |accessdate=2008-02-05 |title=Your guide to fares and tickets |publisher=Transport for London] :I. note label|note09|I|^The East London Line is closed for reconstruction works in preparation for its transfer to the London Overground service in 2010.Cite web| url=http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/ell-closure-leaflet.pdf |title=All Change on the East London line |month=November | year=2007|accessdate=2008-02-06 | publisher=Transport for London]

References

;General
* [http://www.tfl.gov.uk/modalpages/2625.aspx Transport for London]
* [http://www.visitlondon.com/tubeguru/list List of all stations] from TfL
* [http://www.tfl.gov.uk/dlr/about/facts.shtml About DLR - Facts] from TfL

Further reading

*cite book |last=Connor |first=J.E. |title=London's Disused Underground Stations |year=1999 |publisher=Capital Transport |isbn=185414-250-X|oclc= 57630283
*cite book |last=Gillham |first=John C. |title = The Waterloo & City Railway |publisher = Oakwood Press |origyear=2001|isbn= 9780853615255|oclc= 59402958
*cite book |last=Harris |first=Cyril M. |title = What's in a name? |publisher = Capital History |origyear=1977 |year=2006 |isbn=1-85414-241-0|oclc= 56714963
*cite book |last=Lee |first=Charles E. |title = The Bakerloo Line, a Brief History |location=London|publisher = London Transport |year=1973|oclc= 59999073
*cite book |last=Lee |first=Charles E. |title = The Central Line, a Brief History | location=London| publisher = London Transport|oclc= 3470185
*cite book |last=Lee |first=Charles E. |title = The District Line, a Brief History | location=London| publisher = London Transport |year=1973|oclc= 59999301
*cite book |last=Lee |first=Charles E. |title = The East London Line and the Thames Tunnel, a Brief History | location=London| publisher = London Transport |year=1976|oclc= 24459581
*cite book |last=Lee |first=Charles E. |title = The Metropolitan Line, a Brief History | location=London| publisher = London Transport |year=1972|oclc= 59999061
*cite book |last=Lee |first=Charles E. |title = The Northern Line, a Brief History | location=London| publisher = London Transport |year=1973|oclc= 59999137
*cite book |last=Lee |first=Charles E. |title = The Piccadilly Line, a Brief History | location=London| publisher = London Transport |year=1973|oclc= 59999126
*cite book |last=Menear |first=Laurence |title = London's Underground Stations, a Social and Architectural Study |publisher = Midas Books |year=1983|isbn= 9780859361248|oclc=12695214
*cite book |last=Wolmar |first=Christian |authorlink = Christian Wolmar |title = The Subterranean Railway: How the London Underground Was Built and How It Changed the City Forever |publisher = Atlantic Books |year=2004 |isbn=1-84354-023-1|oclc= 60794863


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