What stations are on District Line?

By Bill Z X, On 29th March 2021, Under Travel and Tourism
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  • Ealing Broadway Underground Station.
  • Ealing Common Underground Station.
  • Acton Town Underground Station.
  • Chiswick Park Underground Station.
  • Turnham Green Underground Station.
  • Stamford Brook Underground Station.
  • Ravenscourt Park Underground Station.
  • Hammersmith (Dist&Picc Line) Underground Station.

Likewise, people ask, where does the District line go?

The District line is a London Underground line that runs from Upminster in the east to Earl's Court in west London, where it splits into a number of branches. One branch runs to Wimbledon in south-west London and one runs north to Edgware Road.

One may also ask, what is the Brown Line on the Tube map?

A map in 1908 shows eight different coloured lines; the Bakerloo (brown), District (green), Central (blue), Hampstead (purple), City and South (black), Great Northern and City (orange), Metropolitan (red) and Piccadilly (yellow).

What areas are Zone 1 and 2 in London?

Zone 1 covers all of Central London. Zone 2 encircles zone 1 and covers a large swathe of the inner London suburbs. The link below will show you a map which shows you which stations (Underground, DLR and National Rail) are in zones 1 and 2.

Why is the district line so bad?

“I've always got the District line and it's always been bad. Part of the reasoning behind the District line's high level of signal failures is because it is run by manual signaling rather than the automated system used on lines such as the Northern and Victoria lines.
District. The District line derives its name from the Metropolitan District Railway, which formed in 1864. The line, which initially consisted of five stations running from South Kensington to Westminster, opened on December 24, 1868. For a short time, there were even District line trains to Windsor and Southend-on-Sea
District line. The District line opened as the District Railway in 1868 and was constructed as a result of the construction of the Inner Circuit. The District line was the second 'underground suburban railway' to be constructed in London, and was opened in 1868.
The Underground station is on the Circle and District lines between Sloane Square and St. James's Park, and the Victoria line between Pimlico and Green Park.
The Piccadilly Line has a hefty 53 stops and operates between Cockfosters, north London and Acton Town, west London before splitting into two branches to Uxbridge and Heathrow Airport .

Here is every stop on the Piccadilly line:
  • Cockfosters.
  • Oakwood.
  • Southgate.
  • Arnos Grove.
  • Bounds Green.
  • Wood Green.
between 5am and midnight
The Hammersmith & City line is a London Underground line that runs between Hammersmith in west London and Barking in east London. Coloured pink on the Tube map, it serves 29 stations over 15.8 miles (25.5 km).
South Kensington is a London Underground station in the district of Kensington, south west London. It is served by the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines. The main station entrance is located at the junction of Old Brompton Road (A3218), Thurloe Place, Harrington Road, Onslow Place and Pelham Street.
Hammersmith tube station (District and Piccadilly lines) Hammersmith is a London Underground station in Hammersmith. It is on the District line between Barons Court and Ravenscourt Park, and on the Piccadilly line between Barons Court and Acton Town or Turnham Green at very early morning and late evening hours.
Piccadilly line
Rolling stock 1973 Stock
Technical
Line length 71 km (44 mi)
Track gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Richmond station is a National Rail and London Underground station managed by South West Trains. It is on the South West Trains Waterloo to Reading line, the London Underground District line and also the London Overground North London Line.
London Underground
Overview
Number of lines 11
Number of stations 270 served (260 owned)
Daily ridership 5 million
Annual ridership 1.357 billion (2017/18)
CENTRAL tube timetable overview: Normally starts operating at 05:14 and ends at 23:45. Normal operating days: everyday.
Answer for 24 hour weekend Tube service and the District line. The five initial Night Tube lines - the Piccadilly, Central, Jubilee, Victoria and Northern - will serve the areas where there is the highest known demand for travel based on usage of Night Bus services and night time activity on Friday and Saturday nights.
Five Tube lines run a 24-hour service on Fridays and Saturdays: Victoria, Central, Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines. The London Overground operates 24 hours on Fridays and Saturdays between New Cross Gate and Highbury & Islington (not including Whitechapel). Standard off-peak fares apply on the Night Tube.
The Elizabeth line will stretch more than 60 miles from Reading and Heathrow in the west through central tunnels across to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.
Unlike London's deep-level lines, the Circle line tunnels are just below the surface and are of similar size to those on British main lines. Coloured yellow on the Tube map, the 17-mile (27 km) line serves 36 stations, including most of London's main line termini.
The Jubilee line is a London Underground line that runs between Stratford in east London and Stanmore in the suburban north-west, via the Docklands, South Bank and West End. Opened in 1979, it is the newest line on the network, although some sections of track date back to 1932 and some stations to 1879.
Line colours
Line TfL colour name Shown as
Notes
Bakerloo Corporate Brown Pantone 470
Central Corporate Red Pantone 485
Circle Corporate Yellow Pantone 116 green (black outline) 1948