London's Tube Stations
The first line of London's Underground Railway Network was completed in 1863, linking Paddington and Farringdon, making it the oldest in the world. Affectionately known as 'the Tube', it covers 620 square miles of the city with over two hundred and fifty miles of track, making it the world's largest urban railway network.
The Underground is London's lifeblood, allowing the smooth circulation of business, leisure, and tourism. It carried 19 million people an astonishing total of 7,387 million kilometres last year. Without the Underground, London could not exist as the capital of British enterprise, the largest city in Europe, and one of the world's most popular tourist destinations.
The London Tube Maps
Tube Map Downloads (Updated February 2008)
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