District line

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District line
District line flag box.png
London Underground S7 Stock 21329 on District Line, Earl's Court (18280510331).jpg
A District line train at Earl's Court with a service to Wimbledon
Overview
Stations60
Colour on mapGreen
Websitetfl.gov.uk
Service
TypeRapid transit
SystemLondon Underground
Depot(s)Upminster, Ealing Common, Hammersmith
Rolling stockS7 Stock
Ridership208 million (2011/12)[1][2] passenger journeys
History
Opened24 December 1868
Technical
Line length64 km (40 mi)
CharacterSub-surface
Track gauge4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
London Underground
Bakerloo
Central
Circle
District
Hammersmith & City
Jubilee
Metropolitan
Northern
Piccadilly
Victoria
Waterloo & City
Other systems
Crossrail
DLR
London Trams
London Overground
TfL Rail

The District line is a railway line in the London Underground. It stretches from the London Borough of Havering in East London to Ealing and Richmond in West London.

District line
12px Central line (London Underground) Ealing Broadway
Piccadilly line
to Uxbridge
Ealing Common Piccadilly Line
12px North London Line Richmond
Ealing Common depot
Kew Gardens
North London Line Gunnersbury
Acton Town Piccadilly Line
Chiswick Park
12px Tramlink Wimbledon
Turnham Green
Wimbledon Park
Stamford Brook
Southfields
Ravenscourt Park
East Putney
Hammersmith Hammersmith & City Line Circle line (London Underground)
Putney Bridge
Barons Court
Parsons Green
West Kensington
Fulham Broadway
12px West London Line West Brompton
Kensington (Olympia) West London Line 12px
Earl's Court Piccadilly Line
Gloucester Road
High Street Kensington
Circle line (London Underground) Piccadilly Line South Kensington
Notting Hill Gate Central line (London Underground)
Sloane Square
Bayswater
12px Victoria Line Victoria
St. James's Park
Paddington Bakerloo Line Circle line (London Underground) Hammersmith & City Line 12px
London River Services Jubilee Line Westminster
Edgware Road Circle line (London Underground) Hammersmith & City Line
12px London River Services Bakerloo Line Northern Line Embankment
Temple
12px London River Services Blackfriars
Mansion House
12px Cannon Street
Docklands Light Railway Central line (London Underground) Northern Line Waterloo & City Line Circle line (London Underground) Monument
12px London River Services Docklands Light Railway Circle line (London Underground) Tower Hill
Aldgate East Hammersmith & City Line
Whitechapel East London Line
Stepney Green
Mile End Central line (London Underground)
Bow Road Docklands Light Railway
Bromley-by-Bow
Bow Creek
(River Lea)
West Ham Jubilee Line Docklands Light Railway 12px
Plaistow
Upton Park
East Ham
River Roding
Barking Hammersmith & City Line Gospel Oak to Barking line 12px
Upney
Becontree
Dagenham Heathway
Dagenham East
Elm Park
Hornchurch
Upminster Bridge
Upminster Romford–Upminster line 12px
Upminster depot

References[change | change source]

  1. "Performance: LU Performance Data Almanac". Transport for London. 2011–2012. Archived from the original on 14 February 2013. Retrieved 17 January 2013.
  2. "Which London Underground line is the busiest?". CityMetric. 11 September 2017. Retrieved 2018-12-03.

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