List of London Underground stations

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A topological map of the London Underground system. Also included are the London Overground, Docklands Light Railway, the Tramlink, and the future Crossrail service, showing their integration with the system.

The London Underground is a metro system in the United Kingdom that serves Greater London and adjacent districts of Essex, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Its first section opened in 1863,[1] making it the oldest underground metro system in the world although in fact approximately 55 per cent of the network is above ground.[2] as it generally runs on the surface in outlying suburbs. The system comprises 11 lines – Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, Waterloo & City – serving 270 stations.[3] The system is currently operated by Transport for London (TfL).

Most of the system is north of the River Thames, with six London boroughs in south London - (Bexley, Bromley, Croydon, Kingston, Lewisham and Sutton) - not served by the Underground. The London Borough of Hackney has two stations on its border. Stations at the north-eastern end of the Central line are in the Epping Forest district of Essex and stations at the north-western end of the Metropolitan line are in the Three Rivers and Watford districts of Hertfordshire and the Chiltern district of Buckinghamshire.

There are two instances where two separate stations share the same name; there is one Edgware Road station on the Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines and another on the Bakerloo line, just as there is one Hammersmith station on the Piccadilly and District lines and another on the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines. Although the Hammersmith & City line platforms at Paddington are on the other side of the mainline station from the platforms of the other Underground lines, it is treated as a single station. It is currently shown this way on the Tube map, but has been shown as two stations at times. Four stations have interchanges with the Docklands Light Railway: Bank, Canning Town, West Ham and Stratford.

Transport for London currently plans to open six additional stations by 2018 as a result of extensions to the Metropolitan and Northern lines. One Metropolitan line station, Watford, will close due to its branch being diverted onto a new route. Two of the planned Metropolitan line stations, Watford High Street and Watford Junction, are currently served by the London Overground.

Stations[edit]

Listed for each station is the line or lines serving it, the local council and London Travelcard zone in which it is located,[note 1] the date it and any earlier mainline service opened, previous names and passenger usage statistics in millions per year.

StationPhotoLine(s)[*]Local AuthorityZone(s)[†]Opened[4]Mainline
opened
Other name(s)[note 2]Usage[5]
Acton TownA brown-bricked building with a flat-slabbed roof and six columns of windows on the front face standing below a blue sky with white cloudsDistrict
Piccadilly
Ealing
3
1 July 1879
Mill Hill Park: 1879–1910
5.58
AldgateA light grey building with "M.R. ALDGATE STATION M.R." written in stone on the front face and a black car driving in the foregroundMetropolitan[a]
Circle
City of London
1
18 November 1876
6.65
Aldgate EastA building flanked by green, wooden walls with three people standing outside and one person walking by all under a clear, blue skyHammersmith & City[d]
District
Tower Hamlets
1
6 October 1884
resited 31 October 1938
Commercial Road: Proposed before opening
10.13
AlpertonA red-bricked building with a grey-slabbed roof and "ALPERTON STATION" written in stone just under the roof all under a blue sky with white cloudsPiccadilly[h]Brent
4
28 June 1903
Perivale-Alperton: 1903–10
2.89
AmershamA long building with two chimneys protruding from its roof and four cars driving from left to right across a paved area in the foregroundMetropolitanChiltern
9
1 September 1892
Amersham: 1892–1922
Amersham & Chesham Bois: 1922–34
2.10
AngelThe interior of a building with a rounded roof and walls, several doors on the right, railway tracks on the left, and three people walking in the middleNorthernIslington
1
17 November 1901
18.58
ArchwayA doorway with a sign above it stating "ARCHWAY STATION" in white letters on a blue background all under two large, grey vents that are side-by-sideNorthernIslington
2 & 3
22 June 1907
Archway Tavern: Proposed before opening
Highgate: 1907–39
Archway (Highgate): 1939–41
Highgate (Archway): 1941–47
8.06
Arnos GroveA building with a rectangular first floor and a circular second floor composed of red-bricked walls, a grey-slabbed roof, and several columns of windowsPiccadillyEnfield
4
19 September 1932
Bowes Road: Proposed before opening
4.16
ArsenalA light grey building with a sign stating "ARSENAL STATION" in white letters on a blue background and four bicycles laying idle in the foregroundPiccadillyIslington
2
15 December 1906
Gillespie Road: 1906–32
Arsenal (Highbury Hill): 1932– suffix gradually dropped
3.02
Baker StreetA street filled with people in front of a light grey building that has variously coloured signs protruding from it stating a variety of different thingsMetropolitan[b]
Bakerloo
Circle
Jubilee
Hammersmith & City
City of Westminster
1
10 January 1863
27.74
BalhamA street with twelve people walking on it and two cars driving on it with three buildings in the background and a grey sky overheadNorthernWandsworth
3
6 December 1926
11.90
BankThe interior of a building with a rounded roof and walls, a grey door on the left, a railway track on the right, and a man walking in the middleWaterloo & City
Northern
Central
City of London
1
8 August 1898
City (W&C line): 1898–1940
Lombard Street (Northern line): Proposed before opening
47.75
[note 3]
BarbicanA red train with a grey top and a black sign that reads "CIRCLE LINE" in yellow letters is on railway tracks leading from the background to the foreground.Metropolitan[b]
Circle
Hammersmith & City
City of London
1
23 December 1865
Aldersgate Street: 1865–1910
Aldersgate: 1910–23
Aldersgate & Barbican: 1923–68
9.85
BarkingA grey building with windows stands under a clear, blue sky as people mill about on the sidewalk in front of the building and vehicles traverse the foreground.District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Barking and Dagenham
4
2 June 1902
13 June 1854
14.51
BarkingsideA red-bricked building with a sloping, black roof, four chimneys, and a sign that reads "UNDERGROUND" under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralRedbridge
4
31 May 1948
1 May 1903
1.12
Barons CourtA brown building with a sign that reads "BARONS COURT STATION DISTRICT RAILWAY" under a blue sky with white clouds with two cars in the foregroundDistrict
Piccadilly
Hammersmith and Fulham
2
9 October 1905
6.81
BayswaterA white-bricked building with a clear, sloped roof and a sign that reads "BAYSWATER STATION" in white letters on a blue backgroundDistrict[c]
Circle
City of Westminster
1
1 October 1868
Bayswater: 1868–1923
Bayswater (Queen's Road) & Westbourne Grove: 1923–33
Bayswater (Queen's Road): 1933–46
Bayswater (Queensway): 1946– suffix gradually dropped
5.54
BecontreeA red-bricked building with five people standing in front of it and a blue sign reading "BECONTREE STATION" all under a clear, blue skyDistrictBarking and Dagenham
5
18 July 1932
28 June 1926
Gale Street: 1926–32
2.84
Belsize ParkA red-bricked building with eight people standing in front of it and a blue sign reading "BELSIZE PARK STATION" in white letters all under a bright skyNorthernCamden
2
22 June 1907
Belsize: Proposed before opening
5.81
BermondseyA grey building with a blue sign reading "BERMONDSEY STATION" in white letters and four bicycles lying idle in the foreground all under a blue skyJubileeSouthwark
2
17 September 1999
8.00
Bethnal GreenThe interior of a building with a rounded roof and walls, a railway track on the left, some doors on the right, and a man walking in the middleCentralTower Hamlets
2
4 December 1946
Bethnal: Proposed before opening
15.06
BlackfriarsA red and grey train with a black sign that reads "UPMINSTER" in yellow letters is on railway tracks leading from the background to the foreground.District[i]
Circle
City of London
1
30 May 1870
9.28
Blackhorse RoadA building with a blue sign reading "BLACKHORSE ROAD STATION" in white letters and several people and cars in the foreground all under a blue skyVictoriaWaltham Forest
3
1 September 1968
7.30
Bond StreetThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling and walls and doors on the left, a railway track on the right, and people walking in the middleCentral
Jubilee
City of Westminster
1
24 September 1900
Davies Street: Proposed before opening
Selfridge's: Proposed in 1909
38.07
BoroughA brown- and tan-tiled building with a blue sign reading "BOROUGH STATION" in white letters and several people walking around all under a blue skyNorthernSouthwark
1
18 December 1890
4.84
Boston ManorA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "BOSTON MANOR STATION" and a person in the foreground all under a blue sky with white cloudsPiccadilly[l]Ealing
Hounslow
4
1 May 1883
Boston Road: 1883–1911
1.95
Bounds GreenA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "BOUNDS GREEN" in white letters and several people walking in the foreground all under a blue skyPiccadillyHaringey
3 & 4
19 September 1932
Brownlow Road: Proposed before opening
5.74
Bow RoadA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "BOW ROAD STATION" in white letters and a tree in the foreground all under a blue sky with white cloudsDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets
2
11 June 1902
5.18
Brent CrossA red-bricked building with "BRENT CROSS STATION" written on it and light grey pillars making up the facade all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernBarnet
3
19 November 1923
Woodstock: Proposed before opening
Brent: 1923–76
2.13
BrixtonA building with scaffolding around it and a large window with a sign reading "UNDERGROUND" in white letters on a blue rectangleVictoriaLambeth
2
23 July 1971
24.82
Bromley-by-BowThree people walking on a platform, the one on the left boarding a train, the one in the middle carrying bags, and the one on the right walking through a doorDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets
2 & 3
2 June 1902
31 March 1858
Bromley: 1858–1968
2.63
Buckhurst HillA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "BUCKHURST HILL STATION" in white letters and four cars parked in the foregroundCentralEpping Forest
5
21 November 1948
22 August 1856
1.91
Burnt OakA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "BURNT OAK STATION" in white letters and four surveillance cameras in front of the doorsNorthernBarnet
4
27 October 1924
Sheaves Hill/Orange Hill/Deansbrook: Proposed before opening
Burnt Oak: 1924–28
Burnt Oak (Watling): 1928– suffix gradually dropped
3.62
Caledonian RoadA red-bricked building with "CALEDONIAN RD." in gold letters and a blue sign reading "CALEDONIAN ROAD STATION" in white letters belowPiccadillyIslington
2
15 December 1906
Barnsbury: Proposed before opening
5.25
Camden TownA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "CAMDEN TOWN STATION" in white letters and a red sign reading "FIRST CHOICE RESTAURANT" in white lettersNorthernCamden
2
22 June 1907
Camden Road: Proposed before opening
21.61
Canada WaterA circular building that has large windows making up its walls so that the interior of the building is visible and the building's surroundings are partially reflectedJubileeSouthwark
2
17 September 1999
10.72
Canary WharfA wide, grey archway with a blue sign reading "CANARY WHARF STATION" in white letters and a man in a black suit walking throughJubileeTower Hamlets
2
17 September 1999
48.04
Canning TownA grey building with a black top and a blue sign reading "CANNING TOWN STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsJubileeNewham
3
28 March 1994
14 June 1847
8.74
Cannon StreetA building with four people walking in front of it, one man in a white shirt sitting in front of it, and one white vehicle driving in front of itDistrict[i]
Circle
City of London
1
6 October 1884
4.09
Canons ParkA railway platform with a railway track running through it from the left portion of the background to the right portion of the foregroundJubilee[e]Harrow
5
10 December 1932
Canons Park (Edgware): 1932–33
1.98
Chalfont & LatimerA brown-bricked building with two brown-bricked chimneys, some trees in the background, and a speed bump in the foreground all under a blue skyMetropolitanChiltern
8
8 July 1889
Chalfont Road: 1889–1915
1.27
Chalk FarmA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "UNDERGROUND" in white letters such that the "U" and the "D" are larger than the rest of the lettersNorthernCamden
2
22 June 1907
Adelaide Road: Proposed before opening
5.34
Chancery LaneA staircase leading down below a sidewalk with a sign above reading "UNDERGROUND" in white letters on a blue rectangle in front of a red circleCentralCity of London
Camden
1
30 July 1900
Chancery Lane: 1900–34
Chancery Lane (Grays Inn): 1934– suffix gradually dropped
15.90
Charing CrossThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling and walls, three benches on the left, a railway track on the right, and advertisements on the wallsBakerloo
Northern
City of Westminster
1
10 March 1906
Trafalgar Square (Bakerloo line): 1906–79
Charing Cross (Northern line): 1907–14
Charing Cross (Strand) (Northern line): 1914–15
Strand (Northern line): 1915–79
18.52
CheshamA grey railway platform with a series of light poles surrounded by brown trees, green bushes, and yellow and white flowers all under a white skyMetropolitanChiltern
9
8 July 1889
0.65
ChigwellA brown-bricked building with a black roof and a blue sign that reads "CHIGWELL STATION" in white letters all under a white skyCentralEpping Forest
4
21 November 1948
1 May 1903
0.49
Chiswick ParkA brown-bricked building with a light blue strip over the doorway containing a darker blue sign reading "CHISWICK PARK STATION" in white lettersDistrictEaling
3
1 July 1879
Acton Green: 1879–87
Chiswick Park & Acton Green: 1887–1910
2.10
ChorleywoodA small, brown-bricked building with a brown-shingled roof and a silver, two-wheeled vehicle sitting idle in front all under a white skyMetropolitanThree Rivers
7
8 July 1889
Chorley Wood 1889–1915
Chorley Wood & Chenies: 1915–34
Chorley Wood: 1934–64
1.01
Clapham CommonA pink-tiled building topped by a silver dome culminating in a silver ball all surrounded by people under a white sky with green trees in the backgroundNorthernLambeth
2
3 June 1900
9.21
Clapham NorthA white- and grey-bricked building with a blue sign reading "CLAPHAM NORTH STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernLambeth
2
3 June 1900
Clapham Road: 1900–26
5.82
Clapham SouthA light-grey-tiled building with a blue sign reading "CLAPHAM SOUTH STATION" in white letters and a woman walking in front wearing a black jacketNorthernWandsworth
2 & 3
13 September 1926
Nightingale Lane: Proposed before opening
7.80
CockfostersThe interior of a building with a black sign suspended from the ceiling reading "PLEASE WAIT IN THIS AREA UNTIL PLATFORM IS INDICATED"PiccadillyEnfield
5
31 July 1933
Trent Park: Proposed before opening
1.81
ColindaleA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "COLINDALE STATION" in white letters and several people in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernBarnet
4
18 August 1924
4.27
Colliers WoodA light-grey-bricked building with a blue sign reading "COLLIERS WOOD STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernMerton
3
13 September 1926
5.68
Covent GardenA red-bricked building with a white sign reading "COVENT" in blue letters and a blue sign reading "UNDERGROUND" in white letters under a white skyPiccadillyCity of Westminster
1
11 April 1907
21.29
CroxleyA brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "CROXLEY STATION" in white letters and three cars parked in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitanThree Rivers
7
2 November 1925
Croxley Green: 1925–49
0.89
Dagenham EastA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "DAGENHAM EAST STATION" in white letters, three people walking in front, and three cars parked outsideDistrictBarking and Dagenham
5
2 June 1902
1885
Dagenham: 1888–1949
2.29
Dagenham HeathwayA girl with a pink shirt and blue jeans on a railway platform with a railway track on the right and a white train on it with a red frontDistrictBarking and Dagenham
5
12 September 1932
Heathway: 1932–1949
4.91
DebdenTwo people walking on a green bridge with a white lattice running over a railway track and platform under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralEpping Forest
6
25 September 1949
24 April 1865
Chigwell Road: 1865
Chigwell Lane: 1865–1949
2.20
Dollis HillPeople walking on a railway platform with a train on the right with white siding and red doors all under a blue sky with white cloudsJubilee[e]Brent
3
1 October 1909
3.18
Ealing BroadwayA number of people standing and sitting in front of a grey building with a white sign reading "Ealing Broadway" all under a blue sky with white cloudsDistrict
Central
Ealing
3
1 July 1879
16.09
Ealing CommonA grey building with a blue sign reading "EALING COMMON STATION" in white letters and two green trees in the background all under a blue skyDistrict
Piccadilly
Ealing
3
1 July 1879
Ealing Common: 1879–86
Ealing Common and West Acton 1886–1910
3.24
Earl's CourtThe interior of a building with windows on the ceiling and a railway track running from the background to the foreground in the centreDistrict
Piccadilly
Kensington and Chelsea
1 & 2
30 October 1871
resited 1 February 1878
21.03
East ActonA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "EAST ACTON STATION" in white letters and a man walking in front all under a white skyCentralHammersmith and Fulham
2
3 August 1920
3.47
East FinchleyA white building with brick sections spanning a railway track and resting on railway platforms on either side all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernBarnet
3
3 July 1939
22 August 1867
6.30
East HamA red- and brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "EAST HAM STATION" in white letters and people walking in front all under a white skyDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Newham
3 & 4
2 June 1902
1858
13.31
East PutneyA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "EAST PUTNEY STATION" in white letters and people standing in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsDistrictWandsworth
2 & 3
3 June 1889
5.33
EastcoteA brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "EASTCOTE STATION" in white letters and people walking in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitan
Piccadilly[k]
Hillingdon
5
26 May 1906
2.52
EdgwareA white bluilding with white columns upholding a brown-shingled roof with people walking and standing in front all under a blue skyNorthernBarnet
5
18 August 1924
4.08
Edgware RoadA red-bricked building with a white sign reading "EDGWARE ROAD STATION" in red letters with a car driving in the foregroundBakerlooCity of Westminster
1
15 June 1907
4.43
Edgware RoadA tan-coloured building with brown-framed windows and a sign reading "METROPOLITAN EDGWARE ROAD STATION RAILWAY" in brown lettersHammersmith & City[c][d]
District
Circle
City of Westminster
1
1 October 1863
6.31
Elephant & CastleA light blue building with a dark blue sign reading "ELEPHANT & CASTLE STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthern
Bakerloo
Southwark
1 & 2
18 December 1890
17.96
Elm ParkA brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "ELM PARK STATION" in white letters and people walking in front all under a blue skyDistrictHavering
6
13 May 1935
2.49
EmbankmentA grey building with a blue sign reading "EMBANKMENT STATION" in white letters and people standing in the foreground all under a white skyDistrict[i]
Bakerloo
Northern
Circle
City of Westminster
1
30 May 1870
Charing Cross (District line): 1870–1915
Embankment (Bakerloo line): 1906–14
Charing Cross (Embankment) (Bakerloo & Northern lines): 1914–15
Charing Cross: 1915–74
Charing Cross Embankment: 1974–6
19.88
EppingA brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "EPPING STATION" in white letters and people in the foreground all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralEpping Forest
6
25 September 1949
24 April 1865
3.03
EustonA white building with black columns and a white sign reading "EUSTON STATION" in blue letters and a traffic pilon in the foreground all under a white skyNorthern
Victoria
Camden
1
22 June 1907
Melton Street: Proposed before opening
37.53
Euston SquareA building covered in windows with a blue sign reading "EUSTON SQUARE STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitan[b]
Circle
Hammersmith & City
Camden
1
10 January 1863
Gower Street: 1863–1909
11.36
FairlopA brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "FAIRLOP STATION" in white letters and a car parked in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralRedbridge
4
31 May 1948
1 May 1903
0.91
FarringdonA white building with a sign reading "FARRINGDON & HIGH HOLBORN STATION" in gold letters and people in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitan[b]
Circle
Hammersmith & City
Islington
1
10 January 1863
resited 23 December 1865
Farringdon Street: 1863–1922
Farringdon & High Holborn: 1922–36
20.40
Finchley CentralA white- and beige-bricked building with a blue sign reading "FINCHLEY CENTRAL STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky fading to purple on the horizonNorthernBarnet
4
14 April 1940
22 August 1867
Finchley & Hendon: 1867–72
Finchley: 1872–96
Finchley (Church End): 1896–1940
5.51
Finchley RoadA white building with a blue-shingled roof and a blue sign reading "FINCHLEY ROAD STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitan
Jubilee[f]
Camden
2
30 June 1879
9.37
Finsbury ParkA grey-panelled building with a blue sign reading "FINSBURY PARK" in white letters and a woman with a brown coat standing in the doorwayPiccadilly
Victoria
Islington
2
15 December 1906
26.04
Fulham BroadwayThe interior of a building with white walls, white flooring, and a railway track running down the middle of the corridor with a train on itDistrictHammersmith and Fulham
2
1 March 1880
Walham Green: 1880–1952
9.50
Gants HillTwo people sitting on brown benches and one person standing inside a building with a white, rounded ceiling, white-tiled floors, and three escalatorsCentralRedbridge
4
14 December 1947
Ilford North/Cranbrook: Proposed before opening
5.59
Gloucester RoadA beige-bricked building with a green sign reading "METROPOLITAN & DISTRICT RAILWAYS GLOUCESTER ROAD STATION" in white lettersDistrict[c]
Piccadilly
Circle
Kensington and Chelsea
1
1 October 1868
Brompton (Gloucester Road): 1868–1907
14.19
Golders GreenA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "GOLDERS GREEN STATION" in white letters and people in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernBarnet
3
22 June 1907
7.64
Goldhawk RoadA brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "GOLDHAWK ROAD STATION" in white letters and two women walking in front all under a grey skyHammersmith & City[m]
Circle
Hammersmith and Fulham
2
1 April 1914
1.72
Goodge StreetA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "GOODGE STREET STATION" in white letters and several people walking in front all under a blue skyNorthernCamden
1
22 June 1907
Tottenham Court Road: 1907–08
8.61
Grange HillA brown-bricked building with a blue sign reading "GRANGE HILL STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralRedbridge
4
21 November 1948
1 May 1903
0.54
Great Portland StreetA beige-bricked building with a blue sign reading "GREAT PORTLAND STREET STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitan[b]
Circle
Hammersmith & City
City of Westminster
1
10 January 1863
Portland Road: 1863–1917
Great Portland Street: 1917–23
Great Portland Street & Regent's Park: 1923–33
7.36
GreenfordA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "GREENFORD STATION" in white letters and people in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralEaling
4
30 June 1947
1 October 1904
4.05
Green ParkThe interior of a building with a rounded, white roof, white walls, grey flooring, and a train on the right carrying passengersPiccadilly
Victoria
Jubilee
City of Westminster
1
15 December 1906
Dover Street: 1906–33
33.99
GunnersburyA group of people standing on a railway platform with a railway track to the right and a white-and-red train running on it with its headlights onDistrictHounslow
3
1 June 1877
1 January 1869
Brentford Road: 1869–71
4.64
HainaultA red-bricked building with a blue sign reading "HAINAULT STATION" in white letters and a lamp post in front all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralRedbridge
4
31 May 1948
1 May 1903
2.86
HammersmithA beige building with a circular, red sign in the middle stating "Coca-Cola" in white letters and a rectangular, blue sign belowDistrict
Piccadilly
Hammersmith and Fulham
2
9 September 1874
28.65
HammersmithA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HAMMERSMITH STATION" in white letters all under a grey skyHammersmith & City[m]
Circle
Hammersmith and Fulham
2
13 June 1864
resited 1 December 1868
8.64
HampsteadA red-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HAMPSTEAD STATION" in white letters and people in front all under a white skyNorthernCamden
2 & 3
22 June 1907
Heath Street: Proposed before opening
4.38
Hanger LaneA white building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HANGER LANE STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralEaling
3
30 June 1947
3.45
HarlesdenA railway platform with a railway track running from the bottom left corner to the middle right and the legs of several sitting people visible in the bottom rightBakerlooBrent
3
16 April 1917
15 June 1912
2.43
Harrow & WealdstoneA red-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HARROW & WEALDSTONE" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsBakerlooHarrow
5
16 April 1917
20 July 1837
Harrow: 1837–97
4.45
Harrow-on-the-HillA red-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "Flexible Offices To Let 100 sq ft – 40,000 sq ft Meeting & Training Rooms"MetropolitanHarrow
5
2 August 1880
15 March 1899
Harrow: 1880–94
8.85
Hatton CrossA dark grey building with a dark blue sign reading "HATTON CROSS STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with an aeroplane flying through itPiccadillyHillingdon
5 & 6
19 July 1975
2.96
Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3The interior of a building with people walking in various directions under a blue sign reading "HEATHROW TERMINALS 1, 2, 3 UNDERGROUND"PiccadillyHillingdon
6
16 December 1977
Heathrow Central: 1976–83
Heathrow Central Terminals 1, 2, 3: 1983–86
7.80
Heathrow Terminal 4The dark interior of a building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HEATHROW TERMINAL 4 STATION" in white letters and white flooringPiccadillyHillingdon
6
12 April 1986
2.44
Heathrow Terminal 5A dark grey doorway with a person walking through it and a white sign above with a red circle on it and letters reading "UNDERGROUND"PiccadillyHillingdon
6
27 March 2008
3.64
Hendon CentralA brown-bricked building with white columns and a sign reading "HENDON CENTRAL STATION" in blue letters all under a clear, blue skyNorthernBarnet
3 & 4
19 November 1923
6.83
High BarnetA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HIGH BARNET STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernBarnet
5
14 April 1940
1 April 1872
2.88
Highbury & IslingtonA red-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HIGHBURY & ISLINGTON STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsVictoriaIslington
2
1 September 1968
28 June 1904
Highbury: 1867–1922
16.77
HighgateA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HIGHGATE STATION" in white letters and a person walking in all under a white skyNorthernHaringey
3
19 January 1941
22 August 1867
4.76
High Street KensingtonA white many-windowed building and several people walking in front all under a white skyDistrict[c]
Circle
Kensington and Chelsea
1
1 October 1868
Kensington: Proposed before opening
12.90
HillingdonA white building with a parking lot in front of it filled with vehicles and green trees in the background all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitan
Piccadilly[k]
Hillingdon
6
10 December 1923
resited 6 December 1992
Hillingdon: 1923–34
Hillingdon (Swakeleys) 1934– suffix gradually dropped
1.48
HolbornThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling and walls and a white sign hanging from the ceiling reading "Way out Central line"Central
Piccadilly
Camden
1
15 December 1906
Holborn: 1906–1933
Holborn (Kingsway): 1933– suffix gradually dropped
31.51
Holland ParkAn orange building with an illuminated, blue sign reading "HOLLAND PARK STATION" in white letters and people walking in front all under a white skyCentralKensington and Chelsea
2
30 July 1900
Lansdown Road: Proposed before opening
3.32
Holloway RoadA red-bricked building with a sign reading "EXIT HOLLOWAY ROAD" in gold letters and a rectangular, blue sign reading "HOLLOWAY ROAD STATION"PiccadillyIslington
2
15 December 1906
Holloway: Proposed before opening
7.18
HornchurchA railway track separating two railway platforms with yellow lines painted on them running parallel to the track all under a light blue sky with white cloudsDistrictHavering
6
2 June 1902
1 May 1885
2.00
Hounslow CentralA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, blue sign reading "HOUNSLOW CENTRAL STATION" in white letters and a light post in front all under a white skyPiccadilly[l]Hounslow
4
1 April 1886
Heston Hounslow: 1886–1925
3.78
Hounslow EastA dark grey building with a green roof and a rectangular, blue sign reading "HOUNSLOW EAST STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyPiccadilly[l]Hounslow
4
2 May 1909
Hounslow Town: 1909–25
4.17
Hounslow WestA light grey building with a long, rectangular, dark blue sign reading "HOUNSLOW WEST STATION" in white letters all under a cloudy skyPiccadilly[l]Hounslow
5
21 July 1884
Hounslow Barracks: 1884–1925
3.24
Hyde Park CornerThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling and rounded walls with a railway track on the left and people standing on the rightPiccadillyCity of Westminster
1
15 December 1906
5.79
IckenhamA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "ICKENHAM STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyMetropolitan
Piccadilly[k]
Hillingdon
6
25 September 1905
1.06
KenningtonA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "KENNINGTON STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyNorthernSouthwark
2
18 December 1890
New Street: Proposed before opening
4.59
Kensal GreenA brown-bricked building with a black sign reading "Kensal Green" in white letters and some people walking in front all under a white skyBakerlooBrent
2
1 October 1916
2.54
Kensington (Olympia)A beige building with a rectangular, white sign reading "Welcome to Kensington Olympia" in dark blue letters all under a light blue skyDistrictKensington and Chelsea
2
1 July 1864
27 May 1844
Kensington: 1844–68
Kensington (Addison Road): 1868–1946
1.80
Kentish TownA red-bricked building with a rectangular, white sign reading "KENTISH TOWN STATION" in black letters all under a light blue skyNorthernCamden
2
22 June 1907
7.58
KentonA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "KENTON STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsBakerlooBrent
Harrow
4
16 April 1917
15 June 1912
1.97
Kew GardensA beige-bricked building with five rounded stairs leading up to its entrance and green trees and bushes in front all under a white skyDistrictRichmond
3 & 4
1 June 1877
1 July 1869
3.24
KilburnA man with a white shirt and white pants sitting on a brown bench facing the left with another bench behind him all under a light blue sky with white cloudsJubilee[e]Brent
2
24 November 1879
Kilburn and Brondesbury: 1879–1950
7.69
Kilburn ParkA red-bricked building with a series of white signs together reading "KILBURN PARK STATION" in red letters and people walking in front all under a white skyBakerlooBrent
2
31 January 1915
3.45
KingsburyA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "KINGSBURY STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyJubilee[e]Brent
4
10 December 1932
3.73
King's Cross St. PancrasA red-bricked building with a dark blue sign reading "KING'S CROSS ST. PANCRAS" in white letters and several entranceways all under a grey skyMetropolitan[b]
Northern
Piccadilly
Circle
Victoria
Hammersmith & City
Camden
1
10 January 1863
Metropolitan line
resited 9 March 1941
King's Cross (Metropolitan line): 1863–1925
King's Cross & St. Pancras (Metropolitan line): 1925–33
King's Cross (Piccadilly line): 1906–27
King's Cross for St. Pancras (Piccadilly line): 1927–33
King's Cross for St. Pancras {Northern line}: 1907–33
80.97
KnightsbridgeA white building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "KNIGHTSBRIDGE STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsPiccadillyKensington and Chelsea
1
15 December 1906
Sloane Street: Proposed before opening
21.57
Ladbroke GroveA brown-bricked building bordered in red bricks with a blue, rectangular sign reading "LADBROKE GROVE STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyHammersmith & City[m]
Circle
Kensington and Chelsea
2
13 June 1864
Notting Hill: 1864–80
Notting Hill & Ladbroke Grove: 1880–1919
Ladbroke Grove (North Kensington): 1919–38
5.09
Lambeth NorthA red-bricked building with a dark blue, rectangular sign reading "LAMBETH NORTH STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyBakerlooLambeth
1
10 March 1906
Kennington Road: 1906
Westminster Bridge Road: 1906–17
3.31
Lancaster GateA grey building with blue panels and a dark blue, rectangular sign reading "LANCASTER GATE STATION" in white letters and people in frontCentralCity of Westminster
1
30 July 1900
Westbourne: Proposed before opening
6.70
Latimer RoadA beige-bricked building with a dark-blue, rectangular sign reading "LATIMER ROAD STATION" in white letters all under a white skyHammersmith & City[m]
Circle
Kensington and Chelsea
2
16 December 1868
1.91
Leicester SquareA grey-bricked building with a dark blue, rectangular sign reading "LEICESTER SQUARE STATION" in white letters all under a bright skyPiccadilly
Northern
City of Westminster
1
15 December 1906
Cranbourn Street: Proposed before opening
38.51
LeytonA white-bricked building with a dark blue, rectangular sign reading "LEYTON STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky fading to purple on the horizonCentralWaltham Forest
3
5 May 1947
22 August 1856
Low Leyton: 1856–68
12.86
LeytonstoneA white-tiled building with a dark blue, rectangular sign reading "LEYTONSTONE STATION PUBLIC SUBWAY LEYTONSTONE STATION" in white lettersCentralWaltham Forest
3 & 4
5 May 1947
22 August 1856
10.10
Liverpool StreetA white building with a dark blue, rectangular sign reading "LIVERPOOL STREET UNDERGROUND STATION" in white letters all under a white skyMetropolitan[b]
Central
Circle
Hammersmith & City
City of London1
1 February 1875
resited 12 July 1875
Bishopsgate: 1875–1909
64.23
London BridgeA single storey stone and glass building with "London Bridge Station" incised into the stonework above the entranceNorthern
Jubilee
Southwark
1
25 February 1900
67.16
LoughtonA beige-bricked building with a dark blue, rectangular sign reading "LOUGHTON STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralEpping Forest
6
21 November 1948
22 August 1856
3.02
Maida ValeA red-bricked building with a rectangular, white sign reading "ENTRANCE" in black letters and a rectangular, blue sign reading "MAIDA VALE STATION"BakerlooCity of Westminster
2
6 June 1915
Elgin Avenue: Proposed before opening
3.15
Manor HouseA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "MANOR HOUSE STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsPiccadillyHackney
Haringey
2 & 3
19 September 1932
9.23
Mansion HouseA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "MANSION HOUSE STATION" in white letters and a yellow sign reading "OFFICES TO LET"District[i]
Circle
City of London
1
3 July 1871
5.65
Marble ArchThe interior of a building with rounded ceiling and walls, red benches along the left wall, advertisements along the right wall, and a yellow line on the floorCentralCity of Westminster
1
30 July 1900
15.69
MaryleboneA red-bricked building with a sign reading "MARYLEBONE STATION" in beige letters, a blue roof, and a crowd of people in frontBakerlooCity of Westminster
1
27 March 1907
Lisson Grove/Marylebone: Proposed before opening
Great Central: 1907–17
12.11
Mile EndA grey-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "MILE END STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Central
Tower Hamlets
2
2 June 1902
14.06
Mill Hill EastA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "MILL HILL STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernBarnet
4
18 May 1941
22 August 1867
Mill Hill: 1867–1928
Bittacy Hill: Proposed 1940
1.10
MonumentThe interior of a building with a railway track running between white-tiled pillars upholding a white-and-black ceiling lit by electrical lightsDistrict[i]
Circle
City of London
1
6 October 1884
King William Street: Proposed before opening
East Cheap: 1884
47.75
[note 3]
MoorgateA grey building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "MOORGATE STATION" in white letters and short, black, white-tipped posts in frontMetropolitan[b]
Northern
Circle
Hammersmith & City
City of London1
23 December 1865
Moorgate Street {Metropolitan line): 1865–1924
20.59
Moor ParkA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "MOOR PARK" in white letters and four black-striped posts in frontMetropolitanThree Rivers
6 & 7
9 May 1910
Sandy Lodge: 1910–23
Moor Park & Sandy Lodge: 1923–50
0.81
MordenA grey building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "MORDEN STATION" in white letters, two red buses in front, and a fence in the foregroundNorthernMerton
4
13 September 1926
North Morden: Proposed before opening
7.28
Mornington CrescentA red-bricked building with a rectangular, white sign reading "MORNINGTON CRESCENT STATION" in black letters all under a light blue skyNorthernCamden
2
22 June 1907
Seymour Street: Proposed before opening
4.55
NeasdenA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "NEASDEN STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsJubilee[e]Brent
3
2 August 1880
Kingsbury & Neasden: 1880–1910
Neasden & Kingsbury: 1910–32
2.91
Newbury ParkA grey, cylindrical structure with a green roof and a large number of people walking through it with trees in the background all under a blue skyCentralRedbridge
4
14 December 1947
1 May 1903
3.93
North ActonA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "NORTH ACTON STATION" in white letters all under a white skyCentralEaling
2 & 3
5 November 1923
5.2
North EalingA speckled building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "NORTH EALING STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsPiccadilly[h]Ealing
3
23 June 1903
0.90
North GreenwichA grey building with grey lampposts in front and a green tree in the foreground all under a light blue sky with billowy, white cloudsJubileeGreenwich
2 & 3
14 May 1999
24.17
North HarrowA beige building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "NORTH HARROW STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitanHarrow
5
22 March 1915
1.54
North WembleyPeople walking on a wet railway platform with grey lampposts on either side of a railway track on which a red train is running all under a blue skyBakerlooBrent
4
16 April 1917
15 June 1912
1.64
NorthfieldsA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "NORTHFIELDS STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyPiccadilly[l]Ealing
3
16 April 1908
resited 19 May 1932
Northfield Halt: 1908–11
Northfields & Little Ealing: 1911–32
3.98
NortholtA man with black hair, a black shirt, black pants, and black shoes reading a newspaper and sitting on a brown bench on a grey railway platformCentralEaling
5
21 November 1948
4.42
Northwick ParkA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "NORTHWICK PARK STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyMetropolitanBrent
4
28 June 1923
Northwick Park & Kenton: 1923–33
3.79
NorthwoodA grey-tiled railway platform bordered by red-bricked walls supporting overhanging roofs from which elongated electrical lights hangMetropolitanHillingdon
6
1 September 1887
2.18
Northwood HillsA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "NORTHWOOD HILLS STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsMetropolitanHillingdon
6
13 November 1933
1.41
Notting Hill GateThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling from which ten round electrical lights are suspended, three lit and seven unlitDistrict[c]
Central
Circle
Kensington and Chelsea
1 & 2
1 October 1868
17.28
OakwoodA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, black sign reading "OAKWOOD STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyPiccadillyEnfield
5
13 March 1933
East Barnet/Merryhills: Proposed before opening
Enfield West: 1933–34
Enfield West (Oakwood): 1934–46
2.41
Old StreetA white sign with a red circle on it and a blue rectangle on which is written "UNDERGROUND" in white letters all under a grey skyNorthernIslington
Hackney
1
17 November 1901
21.88
OsterleyA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "OSTERLEY STATION" in white letters all under a dark sky with white cloudsPiccadilly[l]Hounslow4
1 May 1883
resited 25 March 1934
Osterley & Spring Grove: 1883–1934
2.19
OvalA grey-tiled building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "OVAL STATION" in white letters with people walking in front all under a clear, white skyNorthernLambeth
2
18 December 1890
Kennington Oval: Proposed before opening
The Oval: 1890–94
6.11
Oxford CircusA red-bricked building with a sign reading "OXFORD CIRCUS HOUSE" in gold letters and a large number of people walking in the foregroundCentral
Bakerloo
Victoria
City of Westminster
1
30 July 1900
80.55
PaddingtonThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling and a railway track running down the middle of the corridor flanked by brick archesHammersmith & City[d]
District
Circle
Bakerloo
City of Westminster
1
10 January 1863
Paddington (Bishop's Road) (Hammersmith & City line): 1863–1933
Paddington (Praed Street) (Circle line): 1868–1948
46.33
Park RoyalA brown-bricked building with a white sign reading "ZACHARIA FASHIONS WHOLESALERS" in blue letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsPiccadillyEaling
3
23 June 1903
resited 6 July 1931
Park Royal & Tywford Abbey: 1903–31
Park Royal: 1931–36
Park Royal (Hanger Hill): 1936–47
1.58
Parsons GreenA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "PARSONS GREEN" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsDistrictHammersmith and Fulham
2
1 March 1880
6.19
PerivaleA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "PERIVALE STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyCentralEaling
4
30 June 1947
2 May 1904
Perivale Halt: 1904–1947
2.16
Piccadilly CircusA red train running on a railway track through the interior of a building that has a rounded ceiling and rounded walls covered in advertisementsBakerloo
Piccadilly
City of Westminster1
10 March 1906
42.36
PimlicoA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "PIMLICO STATION" in white letters and a black sign reading "UNDERGROUND"VictoriaCity of Westminster1
14 September 1972
9.91
PinnerA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "PINNER" in front of a road all under a cloudless, light blue skyMetropolitanHarrow
5
25 May 1885
2.47
PlaistowA railway platform with various people walking in different directions on it and a black sign reading "Way out" in yellow lettersDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Newham
3
2 June 1902
31 March 1858
6.29
Preston RoadA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "PRESTON ROAD STATION" in white letters all under a clear, white skyMetropolitanBrent
4
21 May 1908
resited 3 January 1932
2.97
Putney BridgeA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "PUTNEY BRIDGE STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyDistrictHammersmith and Fulham
2
1 March 1880
Putney Bridge & Fulham: 1880–1902
Putney Bridge & Hurlingham: 1902–32
5.60
Queen's ParkA brown-bricked building with a white sign reading "Queen's Park" in blue letters underscored by a green line and a blue lineBakerlooBrent
2
11 February 1915
2 June 1879
Queen's Park (West Kilburn): 1879–1915
5.41
QueensburyA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "QUEENSBURY STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyJubilee[e]Brent
4
16 December 1934
3.37
QueenswayA gold-coloured building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "QUEENSWAY STATION" in white letters and people walking in frontCentralCity of Westminster1
30 July 1900
Queen's Road: 1900–46
8.56
Ravenscourt ParkA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "RANVENSCOURT PARK STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyDistrictHammersmith and Fulham
2
1 June 1877
1 January 1873
Shaftesbury Road: 1877–88
2.75
Rayners LaneA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "RAYNERS LANE STATION" in white letters all under a dark blue skyMetropolitan
Piccadilly[k]
Harrow
5
26 May 1906
3.95
RedbridgeA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "REDBRIDGE STATION" in white letters all under a dark blue sky with white cloudsCentralRedbridge
4
14 December 1947
Ilford West/Red House: Proposed before opening
2.57
Regent's ParkA white sign reading "REGENT'S PARK STATION BAKERLOO LINE" in black letters with people walking behind it all under a light blue skyBakerlooCity of Westminster1
10 March 1906
3.78
RichmondA grey building with a rectangular, white sign reading "Richmond" in dark blue letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsDistrictRichmond
4
1 June 1877
1 January 1869
7.56
RickmansworthA brown-bricked building with three brown-bricked chimneys, some scaffolding on the side, and seven vehicles in the parking lot in frontMetropolitanThree Rivers
7
1 September 1887
2.17
Roding ValleyA railway platform with a railway track running through it being used by a red-and-white train with its two headlights illuminatedCentralEpping Forest
Redbridge
4
21 November 1948
3 February 1936
0.22
Royal OakA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "ROYAL OAK STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyHammersmith & City[m]
Circle
City of Westminster2
30 October 1871
4 June 1838
2.22
RuislipA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "RUISLIP STATION" in white letters all under a clear, white skyMetropolitan
Piccadilly[k]
Hillingdon6
4 July 1904
1.62
Ruislip GardensA grey building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "RUISLIP GARDENS STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsCentralHillingdon
5
29 November 1948
9 July 1934
0.99
Ruislip ManorA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "RUISLIP MANOR STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyMetropolitan
Piccadilly[k]
Hillingdon6
5 August 1912
1.69
Russell SquareA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "RUSSELL SQUARE STATION" in white letters all under a white skyPiccadillyCamden
1
15 December 1906
13.44
St. James's ParkA dirty, white-bricked building with three flagpoles on top of it and several lampposts in front of it all under a light blue sky with white cloudsDistrict[i]
Circle
City of Westminster1
24 December 1868
14.26
St. John's WoodA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "ST. JOHN'S WOOD STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyJubilee[g]City of Westminster2
20 November 1939
Acacia Road: Proposed before opening
7.07
St. Paul'sThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling and rounded walls covered in peeling advertisements, peeling black paint, and white tilesCentralCity of London
1
30 July 1900
Newgate Street: Proposed before opening
Post Office: 1900–37
15.05
Seven SistersThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling and a white sign on the right wall reading "SEVEN SISTERS" in dark blue letters under a lineVictoriaHaringey
3
1 September 1968
13.25
Shepherd's BushA grey-tiled building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SHEPHERD'S BUSH" in white letters all under a light blue skyCentralHammersmith and Fulham
2
30 July 1900
21.90
Shepherd's Bush MarketA series of white satellite dishes on the roofs of buildings with a railway track in the foreground all under a light blue sky with white cloudsHammersmith & City[m]
Circle
Hammersmith and Fulham
2
13 June 1864
resited 1 April 1914
Shepherd's Bush: 1864–2008
3.26
Sloane SquareEight people walking towards an escalator on a railway platform next to a green-tiled wall on the left and a railway track on the rightDistrict[i]
Circle
Kensington and Chelsea
1
24 December 1868
16.51
SnaresbrookA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SNARESBROOK STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyCentralRedbridge
4
14 December 1947
22 August 1856
Snaresbrook & Wanstead: 1856–1947
2.54
South EalingA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTH EALING STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyPiccadilly[l]Ealing
3
1 May 1883
3.31
South HarrowA railway platform with grey, illuminated lampposts on either side of the railway track all under a light blue sky with white-and-grey cloudsPiccadilly[h]Harrow
5
28 June 1903
resited 5 July 1935
2.26
South KensingtonA white building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTH KENSINGTON STATION" in white letters all under a white skyDistrict[i]
Piccadilly
Circle
Kensington and Chelsea
1
24 December 1868
32.50
South KentonA rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTH KENTON" in white letters next to a grey lamppost all under a light blue sky with white cloudsBakerlooBrent
4
3 July 1933
0.97
South RuislipA white building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTH RUISLIP STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyCentralHillingdon
5
23 November 1948
1 May 1908
Northolt Junction: 1908–32
South Ruislip & Northolt Junction: 1932–47
1.71
South WimbledonA grey building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTH WIMBLEDON STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyNorthernMerton
3 & 4
13 September 1926
Merton Grove: Proposed before opening
South Wimbledon: 1926–28
South Wimbledon (Merton): 1928– suffix gradually dropped
3.70
South WoodfordA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTH WOODFORD STATION" in white letters all surrounded by snowflakesCentralRedbridge
4
14 December 1947
22 August 1856
George Lane: 1856–1937
South Woodford (George Lane): 1937–50
4.33
SouthfieldsA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTHFIELDS STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyDistrictWandsworth
3
3 June 1889
5.58
SouthgateA grey building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTHGATE STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsPiccadillyEnfield
4
13 March 1933
Chase Side: Proposed before opening
4.88
SouthwarkA grey building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "SOUTHWARK STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsJubileeSouthwark
1
24 September 1999
11.98
Stamford BrookA grey railway platform with a railway track running down the middle and a rectangular, red sign reading "WHISTLE" in white lettersDistrictHammersmith and Fulham
2
1 February 1912
2.63
StanmoreA brown-bricked building with four brown-bricked chimneys and a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "STANMORE STATION" in white lettersJubilee[e]Harrow
5
10 December 1932
3.36
Stepney GreenA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "STEPNEY GREEN STATION" in white letters and a man walking in frontDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets
2
23 June 1902
4.68
StockwellA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, light blue sign reading "STOCKWELL STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyNorthern
Victoria
Lambeth
2
18 December 1890
8.87
Stonebridge ParkA red-bricked building with three people in front of it and two bicycles leaning against a red-bricked wall to the right side all under a blue skyBakerlooBrent
3
16 April 1917
15 June 1912
2.48
StratfordA grey building with a series of large, clear windows reading "Back the Bid LONDON 2012 CANDIDATE CITY" in white letters all under a blue skyCentral
Jubilee
Newham
3
4 December 1946
1839
50.96
Sudbury HillA red-bricked building with a rectangular, grey sign reading "SUDBURY HILL STATION" in black letters all und er a blue sky with white cloudsPiccadilly[h]Ealing
Harrow
4
28 June 1903
2.03
Sudbury TownA red-bricked building with a rectangular, grey sign reading "SUDBURY TOWN STATION" in black letters all under a blue skyPiccadilly[h]Brent
Ealing
4
28 June 1903
2.01
Swiss CottageTwo black-bricked pillars on a sidewalk with a rectangular, dark blue sign connecting them reading "SWISS COTTAGE STATION" in white lettersJubilee[g]Camden
2
20 November 1939
7.53
TempleA grey building with a rectangular, white sign on a rounded corner reading "TEMPLE STATION" in black letters all under a blue skyDistrict[i]
Circle
City of Westminster
1
30 May 1870
7.82
Theydon BoisA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "THEYDON BOIS STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralEpping Forest
6
25 September 1949
24 April 1865
Theydon: 1865
0.75
Tooting BecA grey-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "TOOTING BEC STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernWandsworth
3
13 September 1926
Trinity Road (Tooting Bec): 1926–50
6.86
Tooting BroadwayA grey-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "TOOTING BROADWAY STATION" in white letters all under a grey skyNorthernWandsworth
3
13 September 1926
13.23
Tottenham Court RoadThe interior of a building with a rounded, white ceiling and rounded walls, the left one black and the right one green, on either side of a manCentral
Northern
City of Westminster1
30 July 1900
Oxford Street (Northern line): 1907–08
36.01
Tottenham HaleA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "TOTTENHAM HALE" in white letters all under a clear, light blue skyVictoriaHaringey
3
1 September 1968
9.80
Totteridge & WhetstoneA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "TOTTERIDGE & WHETSTONE STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyNorthernBarnet
4
14 April 1940
1 April 1872
Totteridge: 1872–74
1.92
Tower HillA grey, many-windowed castle with flags flying from its turrets in the background, several people walking in the foreground, and a bright sky aboveDistrict[i]
Circle
Tower Hamlets
1
25 September 1882
resited 12 October 1884
resited 5 February 1967
Tower of London: 1882–84
Mark Lane: 1884–1946
22.54
Tufnell ParkA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "TUFNELL PARK STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsNorthernIslington
2
22 June 1907
3.68
Turnham GreenA grey railway station with railway tracks on either side of it, four blue lampposts protruding from the middle of it, and a blue sky aboveDistrict
Piccadilly
Hounslow
2 & 3
1 June 1877
1 January 1869
6.03
Turnpike LaneA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "TURNPIKE LANE STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyPiccadillyHaringey
3
19 September 1932
Ducketts Green/Harringay: Proposed before opening
9.60
UpminsterA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "Upminster" in white letters and a pink sign reading "c2c"DistrictHavering
6
2 June 1902
1 May 1885
4.73
Upminster BridgeA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "UPMINSTER BRIDGE STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyDistrictHavering
6
17 December 1934
1.10
UpneyA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "UPNEY STATION" in white letters all under a light blue sky with white cloudsDistrictBarking and Dagenham
4
12 September 1932
2.13
Upton ParkA red-and-brown bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "UPTON PARK STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Newham
3
2 June 1902
1877
10.30
UxbridgeA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, light blue sign reading "METROPOLITAN & PICCADILLY LINES" in white letters all under a blue skyMetropolitan
Piccadilly[k]
Hillingdon
6
4 July 1904
resited 4 December 1938
7.18
VauxhallA white building with a rectangular, white sign reading "Vauxhall" in black letters and four bicycles in front all under a grey skyVictoriaLambeth
1 & 2
23 July 1971
22.84
VictoriaA grey building with three rectangular, white signs reading "London Victoria Station" in black letters all under a clear, white skyDistrict[i]
Circle
Victoria
City of Westminster
1
24 December 1868
82.96
Walthamstow CentralThe interior of a building with a rounded ceiling, rounded walls, and a man wearing an orange jacket walking towards the back wallVictoriaWaltham Forest
3
1 September 1968
15.09
WansteadA grey building with a sign on it depicting a blue rectangle superimposed on a white circle superimposed on a red circleCentralRedbridge
4
14 December 1947
2.56
Warren StreetA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WARREN STREET STATION" in white letters and people in frontNorthern
Victoria
Camden
1
22 June 1907
Euston Road: 1907–08
16.51
Warwick AvenueA green sign with the words "WARWICK AVENUE STATION" written in white letters on a dark blue rectangle all under a light blue sky with white cloudsBakerlooCity of Westminster2
31 January 1915
Warrington Crescent: Proposed before opening
4.31
WaterlooThe interior of a building with a rounded, white ceiling, rounded, white-bricked walls, and a crowd of people walking towards the back wallWaterloo & City
Bakerloo
Northern
Jubilee
Lambeth
1
10 March 1906
88.16
WatfordA brown-bricked building with a red-tiled roof and a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WATFORD STATION" in white letters all under a white skyMetropolitanWatford
7
2 November 1925
1.60
Wembley CentralSeveral people walking inside a building with a black ceiling and white walls bordered in black and displaying several advertisementsBakerlooBrent
4
16 April 1917
1842
Sudbury: 1842–82
Sudbury & Wembley: 1882–1910
Wembley for Sudbury: 1910–48
5.18
Wembley ParkA terracotta-coloured building with a rectangular, light blue sign reading "WEMBLEY PARK STATION" in white letters all under a cloudy skyMetropolitan
Jubilee[f]
Brent
4
12 May 1894
10.60
West ActonA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WEST ACTON STATION" in white letters all under a blue sky with white cloudsCentralEaling
3
5 November 1923
1.58
West BromptonA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WEST BROMPTON STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyDistrictKensington and Chelsea
2
12 April 1869
Richmond Road: Proposed before opening
4.54
West FinchleyA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WEST FINCHLEY STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyNorthernBarnet
4
14 April 1940
1 March 1933
1.37
West HamA brown-bricked building with a large, grey sign reading "WEST HAM" in white letters and four people in front all under a light grey skyDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Jubilee
Newham
3
2 June 1902
1901
West Ham: 1901–1924
West Ham (Manor Road): 1924–69
3.27
West HampsteadA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WEST HAMPSTEAD STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyJubilee[e]Camden
2
30 June 1879
9.71
West HarrowA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, light blue sign reading "WEST HARROW STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyMetropolitanHarrow
5
17 November 1913
1.10
West KensingtonA white-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WEST KENSINGTON STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyDistrictHammersmith and Fulham
2
9 September 1874
North End (Fulham): 1874–77
4.95
West RuislipA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WEST RUISLIP STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyCentralHillingdon
6
21 November 1948
2 April 1906
Ruislip & Ickenham: 1906–47
West Ruislip (for Ickenham): 1947– suffix gradually dropped
1.61
Westbourne ParkA dirty, white-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WESTBOURNE PARK STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyHammersmith & City[m]
Circle
City of Westminster
2
1 February 1866
resited 1 November 1871
3.37
WestminsterA large crowd of people walking on a grey sidewalk next to a black road where two vehicles are driving from the left to the rightDistrict[i]
Circle
Jubilee
City of Westminster
1
24 December 1868
Westminster Bridge: 1868–1907
22.09
White CityA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WHITE CITY STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyCentralHammersmith and Fulham
2
23 November 1947
7.53
WhitechapelA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WHITECHAPEL STATION" in white letters all under a white skyDistrict[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets
2
1 October 1884
10 April 1876
Whitechapel (Mile End): 1884–1901
13.04
Willesden GreenA white-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WILLESDEN GREEN STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyJubilee[e]Brent
2 & 3
24 November 1879
8.23
Willesden JunctionA white-panelled building with a rectangular, orange sign reading "Willesdon Junction" in white letters all under a light blue skyBakerlooBrent
2 & 3
10 May 1915
3.99
WimbledonA white-bricked building with a sign reading "Wimbledon" in red letters and people walking in front all under a light blue sky with white cloudsDistrictMerton
3
3 June 1889
11.95
Wimbledon ParkA brown-and-red bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WIMBLEDON PARK STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyDistrictMerton
3
3 June 1889
2.11
Wood GreenA brown-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WOOD GREEN STATION" in white letters all under a light blue skyPiccadillyHaringey
3
19 September 1932
Lordship Lane: Proposed before opening
11.53
Wood LaneA grey-panelled building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WOOD LANE STATION" in white letters all under a cloudy skyHammersmith & City
Circle
Hammersmith and Fulham
2
12 October 2008
3.65
WoodfordA red-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WOODFORD STATION" in white letters all under a clear, white skyCentralRedbridge
4
14 December 1947
22 August 1856
4.86
Woodside ParkA beige-bricked building with a rectangular, dark blue sign reading "WOODSIDE PARK STATION" in white letters all under a blue skyNorthernBarnet
4
12 April 1940
1 April 1872
Torrington Park, Woodside: 1872–82
Woodside Park for North Finchley: 1882–1931
Woodside Park and North Finchley for Woodside Garden Suburb: 1931–40
2.66

Planned stations[edit]

Transport for London is currently planning extensions to the Metropolitan and Northern lines that will add six new stations to the network: four in Watford and two in Wandsworth. One current station, Watford on the Metropolitan line, will close as the branch that it is on will be diverted on to a new route.

StationLine(s)Local AuthorityZone(s)[†]Planned
opening
Other name(s)Details
BatterseaNorthernWandsworth
2
2018[6]
CassiobridgeMetropolitanWatford
7–9
2017[7]
Ascot Road Proposed
Nine ElmsNorthernWandsworth
2
2018[6]
Watford High Street[note 4]MetropolitanWatford
7–9
2017[7]
Watford Vicarage RoadMetropolitanWatford
7–9
2017[7]
Watford Hospital, Watford General Hospital Proposed[7]
Watford Junction[note 4]MetropolitanWatford
7–9
2017[7]

See also[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

Notes[edit]

* ^ 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.[4]
b 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 First served by Metropolitan line – Circle line services separately identified in 1949, Hammersmith & City line services separately identified in 1990.[4]
c 1 2 3 4 5 First served by Metropolitan line – District line service added in stages, Circle line services separately identified in 1949.[4]
d 1 2 3 First served by Metropolitan line – Hammersmith & City line services separately identified in 1990.[4]
e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 First served by Metropolitan line – service transferred to Bakerloo line in 1939 and then to the Jubilee line in 1979.[4]
f 1 2 First served by Metropolitan line – Bakerloo line service added in 1939 which was transferred to the Jubilee line in 1979.[4]
g 1 2 First served by Bakerloo line – service transferred to Jubilee line in 1979.[4]
h 1 2 3 4 5 First served by District line – service transferred to Piccadilly line in 1933.[4]
i 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 First served by District line – Circle line services separately identified in 1949.[4]
j 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 First served by District line – Metropolitan line service added in stages which was transferred to Hammersmith & City line in 1990.[4]
k 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 First served by Metropolitan line – District line service added in 1910 which was transferred to Piccadilly line in 1933.[4]
l 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 First served by District line – service transferred to Piccadilly line in 1964.[4]
m 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 First served by Metropolitan line – Hammersmith & City line services separately identified in 1990,[4] Circle line service added in 2009.[8]
^ Some stations are assigned to multiple zones. People travelling through these stations may treat the station as in whatever zone makes their fare the least expensive.
  1. ^ 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.
  2. ^ The other names listed may have been used previously on station signage, on network maps, in advertisements or in planning material – Harris, Cyril M. (2006) [1977]. What's in a name?. Capital Transport. ISBN 1-85414-241-0.  In the early years, slightly different names were sometimes employed contemporaneously for different purposes or on different parts of a station. A number of stations continue to bear obsolete early names where these form part of the physical architecture. For example, the platform wall tiling at Arsenal, Hampstead, Marylebone and Warren Street still carries the original names of these stations.
  3. ^ a b Bank and Monument operate as a combined station with shared usage statistics.
  4. ^ a b Served by Bakerloo line trains between 1917 and 1982.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History". Transport for London. Retrieved 31 May 2009. 
  2. ^ "Key facts". Transport for London. Retrieved 31 May 2009. 
  3. ^ "London Underground". Transport for London. Retrieved 19 December 2012. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Rose, Douglas (1999). The London Underground, A Diagrammatic History. London: Douglas Rose/Capital Transport. ISBN 1-85414-219-4. OCLC 59556887. 
  5. ^ All Usage statistics (total entry plus exits) are in millions per year for 2012 – "COUNTS - 2012 - annual entries & exits" (XLS). London Underground - Performance. Transport for London. 2013. Retrieved 18 April 2014. .
  6. ^ a b The Wider Economic Benefits of the Northern Line Extension in Vauxhall, Nine Elms, Battersea Opportunity Area. Volterra Partners/Arup. January 2012. p. 30. Retrieved 17 April 2012. 
  7. ^ a b c d e "Croxley Rail Link". Croxley Rail Link. Retrieved 19 April 2014. 
  8. ^ "Circle Line extended to the west". BBC News. 5 March 2009. Retrieved 4 April 2011. 

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