Question: Which London Tube line goes furthest south?

Why does the tube not go to South London?

When the first private tube companies began operating after 1863, they focused on north London, where there was more opportunity. … So the lack of south London tube stations came about because, once upon a time, that side of the river was actually better connected. Just remember that next time your train gets delayed.

Which Tube stations are furthest apart?

The longest distance between two stations is between Chesham and Chalfont and Latimer on the Metropolitan line, which are 6.3km apart. The shortest distance between two stations is from Leicester Square to Covent Garden on the Piccadilly line, which are a mere 300m apart.

Is Croydon on the underground?

As one of South London’s largest towns with a population of over 380,000, you might expect Croydon to have its fair share of Underground stations. Instead, the area has only a rail and tramlink. West Croydon has a London Overground station, but the rest of the district is disconnected from the network.

Which two tube stations are furthest apart?

The furthest distance between two consecutive stations is between Chesham and Chalfont & Latimer at a distance of 6.19km.

How far down is the Piccadilly line?

The Piccadilly line is a deep level London Underground line running from the north to the west of London. It has two branches, which split at Acton Town, and serves 53 stations.

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Piccadilly line
Line length 45.96 mi (73.97 km)
Character Deep Tube
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 81⁄2 in) standard gauge