Hammersmith & City line

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Hammersmith & City
Hammersmith & City line flag box.png
Colour on map Pink
Year opened 1990
Line type Sub-Surface
Rolling stock C stock
S stock
Stations served 29
Length 25.5 km (15.8 mi)
Depots Hammersmith
Passenger journeys made 114.6 million (2011/12)[a][1]


Hammersmith & City Line
Hammersmith
Hammersmith depot
Goldhawk Road
Shepherd's Bush Market
White City
Wood Lane
Services to Kensington (Olympia)
withdrawn 1940
Latimer Road
Ladbroke Grove
Westbourne Park
Crossrail (under construction)
Royal Oak
Paddington Bakerloo Line Circle line (London Underground) District Line National Rail
Edgware Road Circle line (London Underground) District Line
Baker Street Bakerloo Line Jubilee Line Metropolitan Line
Great Portland Street
Euston Square
King's Cross St. Pancras
Northern Line Piccadilly Line
Victoria Line National Rail
Clerkenwell
Farringdon National Rail
Barbican
Moorgate Northern Line National Rail
Liverpool Street Central line (London Underground) Circle line (London Underground) Metropolitan Line London Overground Crossrail National Rail
Aldgate East District Line
St. Mary's (Whitechapel Road)
St Mary's Curve
(services withdrawn 1939)
Whitechapel East London Line
East London Line
Crossrail (under construction)
Stepney Green
Mile End Central line (London Underground) enlarge…
Bow Road (Docklands Light Railway
Bromley-by-Bow
West Ham Jubilee Line Docklands Light Railway National Rail
Plaistow
Upton Park
East Ham
Barking District Line Gospel Oak to Barking line National Rail
LTS Railway and District line
to Upminster and Shoeburyness

The Hammersmith & City line is a line of the London Underground, colored salmon pink on the London Underground Map, running between Hammersmith in West London and Barking in East London.

Notes[change | change source]

  1. combined figures for Circle and Hammersmith & City lines

References[change | change source]

  1. "Performance: LU Performance Data Almanac". Transport for London. 2011/12. Retrieved 17 January 2013. Check date values in: |year= (help)
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