List of London Underground stations

The London Underground is a metro system in the United Kingdom that serves Greater London and the home counties of Buckinghamshire, Essex and Hertfordshire. Its first section opened in 1863,[1] making it the oldest underground metro system in the world – although approximately 55% of the current network is above ground,[2] as it generally runs on the surface in outlying suburbs.

An unofficial topological tube map of the London Underground system. Also included are the London Overground, Docklands Light Railway, the Tramlink, and Crossrail systems for integration purposes.

The system comprises eleven lines – Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, Waterloo & City – serving 270 stations.[3] It is operated by Transport for London (TfL).

Most of the system is north of the River Thames, with six London boroughs in the south of the city not served by the Underground. The London Borough of Hackney, to the north, has two stations on its border. Some stations at the north-eastern end of the Central line are in the Epping Forest district of Essex and some stations at the north-western end of the Metropolitan line are in the Three Rivers and Watford districts of Hertfordshire, and 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 Edgware Road on the Bakerloo line, and there is one Hammersmith station on the District and Piccadilly lines and another Hammersmith station on the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines. Although the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines station at Paddington is on the other side of the main line station to the Bakerloo, Circle and District lines station, it is shown as a single station on the current Tube map. It has been shown as two separate stations at different times in the past.

TfL plans to open two new stations by 2021 as a result of extensions to the Northern line.


Listed for each of the 270 stations are the line(s) serving it, local authority and the fare zone in which it is located,[note 1] the date it and any earlier main line service opened, previous names and passenger usage statistics in millions per year.

Station Photograph Line(s)[*] Local authority Zone(s)[†] Opened[4] Main line
Other name(s)[note 2] Usage[5]
Acton Town District
Ealing31 July 1879Mill Hill Park: 1879–19106.19
Aldgate Metropolitan[a]
City of London118 November 18769.96
Aldgate East Hammersmith & City[d]
Tower Hamlets16 October 1884
resited 31 October 1938
Commercial Road: Proposed before opening14.15
Alperton Piccadilly[h]Brent428 June 1903Perivale-Alperton: 1903–102.86
Amersham MetropolitanBuckinghamshire91 September 1892Amersham: 1892–1922
Amersham & Chesham Bois: 1922–34
Angel NorthernIslington117 November 190117.71
Archway NorthernIslington2 & 322 June 1907Archway Tavern: Proposed before opening
Highgate: 1907–39
Archway (Highgate): 1939–41
Highgate (Archway): 1941–47
Arnos Grove PiccadillyEnfield419 September 1932Bowes Road: Proposed before opening[6]4.44
Arsenal PiccadillyIslington215 December 1906Gillespie Road: 1906–32
Arsenal (Highbury Hill): 1932– suffix gradually dropped
Baker Street Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
City of Westminster110 January 186328.07
Balham NorthernWandsworth36 December 192613.06
Bank Waterloo & City
City of London18 August 1898City (W&C line): 1898–1940
Lombard Street (Northern line): Proposed before opening
[note 3]
Barbican Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
City of London123 December 1865Aldersgate Street: 1865–1910
Aldersgate: 1910–23
Aldersgate & Barbican: 1923–68
Barking District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Barking and Dagenham42 June 190213 June 185418.13
Barkingside CentralRedbridge431 May 19481 May 19031.58
Barons Court District
Hammersmith and Fulham29 October 19056.82
Bayswater District[c]
City of Westminster11 October 1868Bayswater: 1868–1923
Bayswater (Queen's Road) & Westbourne Grove: 1923–33
Bayswater (Queen's Road): 1933–46
Bayswater (Queensway): 1946– suffix gradually dropped
Becontree DistrictBarking and Dagenham518 July 193228 June 1926Gale Street: 1926–323.46
Belsize Park NorthernCamden222 June 1907Belsize: Proposed before opening5.68
Bermondsey JubileeSouthwark217 September 19999.45
Bethnal Green CentralTower Hamlets24 December 1946Bethnal: Proposed before opening14.92
Blackfriars District[i]
City of London130 May 187015.53
Blackhorse Road VictoriaWaltham Forest31 September 19689.74
Bond Street Central
City of Westminster124 September 1900Davies Street: Proposed before opening
Selfridge's: Proposed in 1909
Borough NorthernSouthwark118 December 18905.55
Boston Manor Piccadilly[l]Ealing
41 May 1883Boston Road: 1883–19112.19
Bounds Green PiccadillyHaringey3 & 419 September 1932Brownlow Road: Proposed before opening5.99
Bow Road District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets211 June 19025.23
Brent Cross NorthernBarnet319 November 1923Woodstock: Proposed before opening
Brent: 1923–76
Brixton VictoriaLambeth223 July 197132.03
Bromley-by-Bow District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets2 & 32 June 190231 March 1858Bromley: 1858–19684.23
Buckhurst Hill CentralEpping Forest521 November 194822 August 18561.86
Burnt Oak NorthernBarnet427 October 1924Sheaves Hill/Orange Hill/Deansbrook: Proposed before opening
Burnt Oak: 1924–28
Burnt Oak (Watling): 1928– suffix gradually dropped
Caledonian Road PiccadillyIslington215 December 1906Barnsbury: Proposed before opening5.60
Camden Town NorthernCamden222 June 1907Camden Road: Proposed before opening20.50
Canada Water JubileeSouthwark217 September 199913.11
Canary Wharf JubileeTower Hamlets217 September 199947.69
Canning Town JubileeNewham2 & 314 May 199914 June 184714.83
Cannon Street District[i]
City of London16 October 18847.11
Canons Park Jubilee[e]Harrow510 December 1932Canons Park (Edgware): 1932–332.98
Chalfont & Latimer MetropolitanBuckinghamshire88 July 1889Chalfont Road: 1889–19151.77
Chalk Farm NorthernCamden222 June 1907Adelaide Road: Proposed before opening5.45
Chancery Lane CentralCity of London
130 July 1900Chancery Lane: 1900–34
Chancery Lane (Grays Inn): 1934– suffix gradually dropped
Charing Cross Bakerloo
City of Westminster110 March 1906Trafalgar Square (Bakerloo line): 1906–79
Charing Cross (Northern line): 1907–14
Charing Cross (Strand) (Northern line): 1914–15
Strand (Northern line): 1915–79
Chesham MetropolitanBuckinghamshire98 July 18891.17
Chigwell CentralEpping Forest421 November 19481 May 19030.52
Chiswick Park DistrictEaling31 July 1879Acton Green: 1879–87
Chiswick Park & Acton Green: 1887–1910
Chorleywood MetropolitanThree Rivers78 July 1889Chorley Wood 1889–1915
Chorley Wood & Chenies: 1915–34
Chorley Wood: 1934–64
Clapham Common NorthernLambeth23 June 19009.64
Clapham North NorthernLambeth23 June 1900Clapham Road: 1900–266.14
Clapham South NorthernWandsworth2 & 313 September 1926Nightingale Lane: Proposed before opening8.10
Cockfosters PiccadillyEnfield531 July 1933Trent Park: Proposed before opening1.86
Colindale NorthernBarnet418 August 19247.70
Colliers Wood NorthernMerton313 September 19266.84
Covent Garden PiccadillyCity of Westminster111 April 190716.55
Croxley MetropolitanThree Rivers72 November 1925Croxley Green: 1925–491.12
Dagenham East DistrictBarking and Dagenham52 June 19021885Dagenham: 1888–19492.95
Dagenham Heathway DistrictBarking and Dagenham512 September 1932Heathway: 1932–19495.85
Debden CentralEpping Forest625 September 194924 April 1865Chigwell Road: 1865
Chigwell Lane: 1865–1949
Dollis Hill Jubilee[e]Brent31 October 19094.02
Ealing Broadway District
Ealing31 July 187916.09
Ealing Common District
Ealing31 July 1879Ealing Common: 1879–86
Ealing Common and West Acton 1886–1910
Earl's Court District
Kensington and Chelsea1 & 230 October 1871
resited 1 February 1878
East Acton CentralHammersmith and Fulham23 August 19204.08
East Finchley NorthernBarnet33 July 193922 August 18676.87
East Ham District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Newham3 & 42 June 1902185813.01
East Putney DistrictWandsworth2 & 33 June 18896.45
Eastcote Metropolitan
Hillingdon526 May 19062.83
Edgware NorthernBarnet518 August 19244.92
Edgware Road BakerlooCity of Westminster115 June 19074.86
Edgware Road Hammersmith & City[c][d]
City of Westminster11 October 18636.74
Elephant & Castle Northern
Southwark1 & 218 December 189019.75
Elm Park DistrictHavering613 May 19353.14
Embankment District[i]
City of Westminster130 May 1870Charing 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
Epping CentralEpping Forest625 September 194924 April 18654.08
Euston Northern
Camden122 June 1907Melton Street: Proposed before opening41.09
Euston Square Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
Camden110 January 1863Gower Street: 1863–190914.12
Fairlop CentralRedbridge431 May 19481 May 19031.25
Farringdon Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
Islington110 January 1863
resited 23 December 1865
Farringdon Street: 1863–1922
Farringdon & High Holborn: 1922–36
Finchley Central NorthernBarnet414 April 194022 August 1867Finchley & Hendon: 1867–72
Finchley: 1872–96
Finchley (Church End): 1896–1940
Finchley Road Metropolitan
Camden230 June 18799.19
Finsbury Park Piccadilly
Islington215 December 190633.40
Fulham Broadway DistrictHammersmith and Fulham21 March 1880Walham Green: 1880–19528.82
Gants Hill CentralRedbridge414 December 1947Ilford North/Cranbrook: Proposed before opening6.36
Gloucester Road District[c]
Kensington and Chelsea11 October 1868Brompton (Gloucester Road): 1868–190713.74
Golders Green NorthernBarnet322 June 19077.90
Goldhawk Road Hammersmith & City[m]
Hammersmith and Fulham21 April 19142.13
Goodge Street NorthernCamden122 June 1907Tottenham Court Road: 1907–088.51
Grange Hill CentralRedbridge421 November 19481 May 19030.65
Great Portland Street Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
City of Westminster110 January 1863Portland Road: 1863–1917
Great Portland Street: 1917–23
Great Portland Street & Regent's Park: 1923–33
Greenford CentralEaling430 June 19471 October 19044.17
Green Park Piccadilly
City of Westminster115 December 1906Dover Street: 1906–3339.06
Gunnersbury DistrictHounslow31 June 18771 January 1869Brentford Road: 1869–715.52
Hainault CentralRedbridge431 May 19481 May 19033.64
Hammersmith District
Hammersmith and Fulham29 September 187427.05
Hammersmith Hammersmith & City[m]
Hammersmith and Fulham213 June 1864
resited 1 December 1868
Hampstead NorthernCamden2 & 322 June 1907Heath Street: Proposed before opening4.67
Hanger Lane CentralEaling330 June 19473.55
Harlesden BakerlooBrent316 April 191715 June 19123.06
Harrow & Wealdstone BakerlooHarrow516 April 191720 July 1837Harrow: 1837–974.66
Harrow-on-the-Hill MetropolitanHarrow52 August 188015 March 1899Harrow: 1880–9410.70
Hatton Cross PiccadillyHillingdon5 & 619 July 19753.24
Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 PiccadillyHillingdon616 December 1977Heathrow Central: 1976–83
Heathrow Central Terminals 1, 2, 3: 1983–86
Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3: 1986-2016
Heathrow Terminal 4 PiccadillyHillingdon612 April 19862.13
Heathrow Terminal 5 PiccadillyHillingdon627 March 20084.48
Hendon Central NorthernBarnet3 & 419 November 19237.19
High Barnet NorthernBarnet514 April 19401 April 18724.05
Highbury & Islington VictoriaIslington21 September 196828 June 1904Highbury: 1867–192217.50
Highgate NorthernHaringey319 January 194122 August 18675.65
High Street Kensington District[c]
Kensington and Chelsea11 October 1868Kensington: Proposed before opening11.69
Hillingdon Metropolitan
Hillingdon610 December 1923
resited 6 December 1992
Hillingdon: 1923–34
Hillingdon (Swakeleys) 1934– suffix gradually dropped
Holborn Central
Camden115 December 1906Holborn: 1906–1933
Holborn (Kingsway): 1933– suffix gradually dropped
Holland Park CentralKensington and Chelsea230 July 1900Lansdown Road: Proposed before opening3.72
Holloway Road PiccadillyIslington215 December 1906Holloway: Proposed before opening6.69
Hornchurch DistrictHavering62 June 19021 May 18852.14
Hounslow Central Piccadilly[l]Hounslow41 April 1886Heston Hounslow: 1886–19253.64
Hounslow East Piccadilly[l]Hounslow42 May 1909Hounslow Town: 1909–253.92
Hounslow West Piccadilly[l]Hounslow521 July 1884Hounslow Barracks: 1884–19253.53
Hyde Park Corner PiccadillyCity of Westminster115 December 19064.44
Ickenham Metropolitan
Hillingdon625 September 19051.12
Kennington NorthernSouthwark218 December 1890New Street: Proposed before opening5.51
Kensal Green BakerlooBrent21 October 19162.49
Kensington (Olympia) DistrictKensington and Chelsea21 July 186427 May 1844Kensington: 1844–68
Kensington (Addison Road): 1868–1946
Kentish Town NorthernCamden222 June 19078.12
Kenton BakerlooBrent
416 April 191715 June 19121.89
Kew Gardens DistrictRichmond3 & 41 June 18771 July 18693.83
Kilburn Jubilee[e]Brent224 November 1879Kilburn and Brondesbury: 1879–19508.12
Kilburn Park BakerlooBrent231 January 19153.29
Kingsbury Jubilee[e]Brent410 December 19324.55
King's Cross St Pancras Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
Camden110 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
Knightsbridge PiccadillyKensington and Chelsea115 December 1906Sloane Street: Proposed before opening16.53
Ladbroke Grove Hammersmith & City[m]
Kensington and Chelsea213 June 1864Notting Hill: 1864–80
Notting Hill & Ladbroke Grove: 1880–1919
Ladbroke Grove (North Kensington): 1919–38
Lambeth North BakerlooLambeth110 March 1906Kennington Road: 1906
Westminster Bridge Road: 1906–17
Lancaster Gate CentralCity of Westminster130 July 1900Westbourne: Proposed before opening6.63
Latimer Road Hammersmith & City[m]
Kensington and Chelsea216 December 18686.63
Leicester Square Piccadilly
City of Westminster115 December 1906Cranbourn Street: Proposed before opening34.56
Leyton CentralWaltham Forest35 May 194722 August 1856Low Leyton: 1856–6811.26
Leytonstone CentralWaltham Forest3 & 45 May 194722 August 18569.82
Liverpool Street Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
City of London11 February 1875
resited 12 July 1875
Bishopsgate: 1875–190967.20
London Bridge Northern
Southwark125 February 190074.34
Loughton CentralEpping Forest621 November 194822 August 18563.47
Maida Vale BakerlooCity of Westminster26 June 1915Elgin Avenue: Proposed before opening3.30
Manor House PiccadillyHackney
2 & 319 September 19328.55
Mansion House District[i]
City of London13 July 18716.79
Marble Arch CentralCity of Westminster130 July 190012.16
Marylebone BakerlooCity of Westminster127 March 1907Lisson Grove/Marylebone: Proposed before opening
Great Central: 1907–17
Mile End District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets22 June 190214.97
Mill Hill East NorthernBarnet418 May 194122 August 1867Mill Hill: 1867–1928
Bittacy Hill: Proposed 1940
Monument District[i]
City of London16 October 1884King William Street: Proposed before opening
East Cheap: 1884
[note 3]
Moorgate Metropolitan[b]
Hammersmith & City
City of London123 December 1865Moorgate Street (Metropolitan line): 1865–192425.05
Moor Park MetropolitanThree Rivers6 & 79 May 1910Sandy Lodge: 1910–23
Moor Park & Sandy Lodge: 1923–50
Morden NorthernMerton413 September 1926North Morden: Proposed before opening9.82
Mornington Crescent NorthernCamden222 June 1907Seymour Street: Proposed before opening4.00
Neasden Jubilee[e]Brent32 August 1880Kingsbury & Neasden: 1880–1910
Neasden & Kingsbury: 1910–32
Newbury Park CentralRedbridge414 December 19471 May 19035.08
North Acton CentralEaling2 & 35 November 19236.24
North Ealing Piccadilly[h]Ealing323 June 19030.88
North Greenwich JubileeGreenwich2 & 314 May 199928.28
North Harrow MetropolitanHarrow522 March 19151.93
North Wembley BakerlooBrent416 April 191715 June 19121.57
Northfields Piccadilly[l]Ealing316 April 1908
resited 19 May 1932
Northfield Halt: 1908–11
Northfields & Little Ealing: 1911–32
Northolt CentralEaling521 November 19484.98
Northwick Park MetropolitanBrent428 June 1923Northwick Park & Kenton: 1923–334.36
Northwood MetropolitanHillingdon61 September 18872.74
Northwood Hills MetropolitanHillingdon613 November 19331.90
Notting Hill Gate District[c]
Kensington and Chelsea1 & 21 October 186815.07
Oakwood PiccadillyEnfield513 March 1933East Barnet/Merryhills: Proposed before opening
Enfield West: 1933–34
Enfield West (Oakwood): 1934–46
Old Street NorthernIslington
117 November 190127.11
Osterley Piccadilly[l]Hounslow41 May 1883
resited 25 March 1934
Osterley & Spring Grove: 1883–19342.18
Oval NorthernLambeth218 December 1890Kennington Oval: Proposed before opening
The Oval: 1890–94
Oxford Circus Central
City of Westminster130 July 190078.07
Paddington District[c]
City of Westminster11 October 1868Paddington (Praed Street) (Circle line): 1868–194748.61
[note 4]
Paddington Hammersmith & City[m]
City of Westminster110 January 1863Paddington (Bishop's Road): 1863–193348.61
[note 4]
Park Royal PiccadillyEaling323 June 1903
resited 6 July 1931
Park Royal & Tywford Abbey: 1903–31
Park Royal: 1931–36
Park Royal (Hanger Hill): 1936–47
Parsons Green DistrictHammersmith and Fulham21 March 18806.56
Perivale CentralEaling430 June 19472 May 1904Perivale Halt: 1904–19472.44
Piccadilly Circus Bakerloo
City of Westminster110 March 190638.40
Pimlico VictoriaCity of Westminster114 September 197210.81
Pinner MetropolitanHarrow525 May 18852.96
Plaistow District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Newham32 June 190231 March 18585.57
Preston Road MetropolitanBrent421 May 1908
resited 3 January 1932
Putney Bridge DistrictHammersmith and Fulham21 March 1880Putney Bridge & Fulham: 1880–1902
Putney Bridge & Hurlingham: 1902–32
Queen's Park BakerlooBrent211 February 19152 June 1879Queen's Park (West Kilburn): 1879–19155.41
Queensbury Jubilee[e]Brent416 December 19344.11
Queensway CentralCity of Westminster130 July 1900Queen's Road: 1900–468.25
Ravenscourt Park DistrictHammersmith and Fulham21 June 18771 January 1873Shaftesbury Road: 1877–883.23
Rayners Lane Metropolitan
Harrow526 May 19064.16
Redbridge CentralRedbridge414 December 1947Ilford West/Red House: Proposed before opening2.80
Regent's Park BakerlooCity of Westminster110 March 19063.87
Richmond DistrictRichmond41 June 18771 January 18698.08
Rickmansworth MetropolitanThree Rivers71 September 18872.39
Roding Valley CentralEpping Forest
421 November 19483 February 19360.45
Royal Oak Hammersmith & City[m]
City of Westminster230 October 18714 June 18382.61
Ruislip Metropolitan
Hillingdon64 July 19041.93
Ruislip Gardens CentralHillingdon529 November 19489 July 19341.11
Ruislip Manor Metropolitan
Hillingdon65 August 19121.89
Russell Square PiccadillyCamden115 December 190612.27
St. James's Park District[i]
City of Westminster124 December 186814.48
St. John's Wood Jubilee[g]City of Westminster220 November 1939Acacia Road: Proposed before opening7.61
St. Paul's CentralCity of London130 July 1900Newgate Street: Proposed before opening
Post Office: 1900–37
Seven Sisters VictoriaHaringey31 September 196817.02
Shepherd's Bush CentralHammersmith and Fulham230 July 190020.08
Shepherd's Bush Market Hammersmith & City[m]
Hammersmith and Fulham213 June 1864
resited 1 April 1914
Shepherd's Bush: 1864–20083.38
Sloane Square District[i]
Kensington and Chelsea124 December 186816.59
Snaresbrook CentralRedbridge414 December 194722 August 1856Snaresbrook & Wanstead: 1856–19472.38
South Ealing Piccadilly[l]Ealing31 May 18833.52
South Harrow Piccadilly[h]Harrow528 June 1903
resited 5 July 1935
South Kensington District[i]
Kensington and Chelsea124 December 186833.07
South Kenton BakerlooBrent43 July 19331.42
South Ruislip CentralHillingdon523 November 19481 May 1908Northolt Junction: 1908–32
South Ruislip & Northolt Junction: 1932–47
South Wimbledon NorthernMerton3 & 413 September 1926Merton Grove: Proposed before opening
South Wimbledon: 1926–28
South Wimbledon (Merton): 1928– suffix gradually dropped
South Woodford CentralRedbridge414 December 194722 August 1856George Lane: 1856–1937
South Woodford (George Lane): 1937–50
Southfields DistrictWandsworth33 June 18895.86
Southgate PiccadillyEnfield413 March 1933Chase Side: Proposed before opening5.43
Southwark JubileeSouthwark124 September 199914.95
Stamford Brook DistrictHammersmith and Fulham21 February 19122.75
Stanmore Jubilee[e]Harrow510 December 19323.85
Stepney Green District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets223 June 19025.99
Stockwell Northern
Lambeth218 December 189011.08
Stonebridge Park BakerlooBrent316 April 191715 June 19122.43
Stratford Central
Newham2 & 34 December 1946183964.85
Sudbury Hill Piccadilly[h]Ealing
428 June 19031.91
Sudbury Town Piccadilly[h]Brent
428 June 19031.83
Swiss Cottage Jubilee[g]Camden220 November 19397.13
Temple District[i]
City of Westminster130 May 18708.74
Theydon Bois CentralEpping Forest625 September 194924 April 1865Theydon: 18650.90
Tooting Bec NorthernWandsworth313 September 1926Trinity Road (Tooting Bec): 1926–507.67
Tooting Broadway NorthernWandsworth313 September 192615.43
Tottenham Court Road Central
City of Westminster130 July 1900Oxford Street (Northern line): 1907–0841.99
Tottenham Hale VictoriaHaringey31 September 196814.03
Totteridge & Whetstone NorthernBarnet414 April 19401 April 1872Totteridge: 1872–742.52
Tower Hill District[i]
Tower Hamlets125 September 1882
resited 12 October 1884
resited 5 February 1967
Tower of London: 1882–84
Mark Lane: 1884–1946
Tufnell Park NorthernIslington222 June 19074.05
Turnham Green District
Hounslow2 & 31 June 18771 January 18695.84
Turnpike Lane PiccadillyHaringey319 September 1932Ducketts Green/Harringay: Proposed before opening10.60
Upminster DistrictHavering62 June 19021 May 18854.76
Upminster Bridge DistrictHavering617 December 19341.11
Upney DistrictBarking and Dagenham412 September 19322.55
Upton Park District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Newham32 June 190218779.71
Uxbridge Metropolitan
Hillingdon64 July 1904
resited 4 December 1938
Vauxhall VictoriaLambeth1 & 223 July 197132.30
Victoria District[i]
City of Westminster124 December 186885.47
Walthamstow Central VictoriaWaltham Forest31 September 196818.92
Wanstead CentralRedbridge414 December 19472.77
Warren Street Northern
Camden122 June 1907Euston Road: 1907–0818.25
Warwick Avenue BakerlooCity of Westminster231 January 1915Warrington Crescent: Proposed before opening4.00
Waterloo Waterloo & City
Lambeth110 March 190682.93
Watford MetropolitanWatford72 November 19251.92
Wembley Central BakerlooBrent416 April 19171842Sudbury: 1842–82
Sudbury & Wembley: 1882–1910
Wembley for Sudbury: 1910–48
Wembley Park Metropolitan
Brent412 May 189415.42
West Acton CentralEaling35 November 19231.71
West Brompton DistrictKensington and Chelsea212 April 1869Richmond Road: Proposed before opening5.20
West Finchley NorthernBarnet414 April 19401 March 19331.64
West Ham District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Newham2 & 32 June 19021901West Ham: 1901–1924
West Ham (Manor Road): 1924–69
West Hampstead Jubilee[e]Camden230 June 187910.49
West Harrow MetropolitanHarrow517 November 19131.28
West Kensington DistrictHammersmith and Fulham29 September 1874North End (Fulham): 1874–774.87
West Ruislip CentralHillingdon621 November 19482 April 1906Ruislip & Ickenham: 1906–47
West Ruislip (for Ickenham): 1947– suffix gradually dropped
Westbourne Park Hammersmith & City[m]
City of Westminster21 February 1866
resited 1 November 1871
Westminster District[i]
City of Westminster124 December 1868Westminster Bridge: 1868–190722.56
White City CentralHammersmith and Fulham223 November 19479.56
Whitechapel District[j]
Hammersmith & City
Tower Hamlets21 October 188410 April 1876Whitechapel (Mile End): 1884–190113.09
Willesden Green Jubilee[e]Brent2 & 324 November 18797.97
Willesden Junction BakerlooBrent2 & 310 May 19155.13
Wimbledon DistrictMerton33 June 188912.53
Wimbledon Park DistrictMerton33 June 18892.15
Wood Green PiccadillyHaringey319 September 1932Lordship Lane: Proposed before opening12.13
Wood Lane Hammersmith & City
Hammersmith and Fulham212 October 20084.74
Woodford CentralRedbridge414 December 194722 August 18565.86
Woodside Park NorthernBarnet412 April 19401 April 1872Torrington Park, Woodside: 1872–82
Woodside Park for North Finchley: 1882–1931
Woodside Park and North Finchley for Woodside Garden Suburb: 1931–40

Planned stations

Transport for London is currently planning an extension to the Northern line that will add two new stations to the network, both in Wandsworth.

Station Photograph Line(s)[*] Local Authority Zone(s)[†] Planned
Main line
Other name(s)
Battersea Power Station NorthernWandsworth12021[7]Battersea: Proposed
Nine Elms NorthernWandsworth12021[7]

Fictional stations

See also

  • List of London railway stations
  • List of Docklands Light Railway stations
  • List of former and unopened London Underground stations
  • List of busiest London Underground stations
  • London Underground stations that are listed buildings
  • Timeline of the London Underground
  • Category:Tube stations in London by borough
  • Category:Railway stations in London by borough


* ^ 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]
n 1 2 First served by Bakerloo line – service withdrawn in 1982.[4]
^ Some stations are assigned to multiple zones. People travelling through these stations may treat the station as in whatever zone makes their fare the less expensive.
  1. The London Underground uses a system of nine concentric zones for the calculation of fares between stations. Fares are calculated based on the number of zones traversed.
  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. Bank and Monument operate as a combined station with shared usage statistics.
  4. The two Paddington stations operate as a combined station with shared usage statistics.


  1. "A brief history of the Underground". Transport for London. Archived from the original on 19 August 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2014.
  2. "Facts & Figures". Transport for London. Archived from the original on 27 September 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2014.
  3. "London Underground". Transport for London. Archived from the original on 29 July 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2014.
  4. 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 2019"Station Usage Data" (XLSX). Usage Statistics for London Stations, 2019. Transport for London. 23 September 2020. Retrieved 9 November 2020..
  6. Dumayne, Alan (1998). Southgate. Sutton Publishing Limited. p. 44. ISBN 0-7509-2000-9.
  7. Prynn, Jonathan; Sleigh, Sophia (21 December 2018). "TfL under fire as Battersea Tube extension is delayed by 'miscalculations'". Evening Standard. Retrieved 25 February 2020.
  8. "Circle Line extended to the west". BBC News. 5 March 2009. Archived from the original on 10 March 2009. Retrieved 4 April 2011.

Further reading

  • Connor, J.E. (1999). London's Disused Underground Stations. Capital Transport. ISBN 1-85414-250-X. OCLC 57630283.
  • Gillham, John C. (2001). The Waterloo & City Railway. Oakwood Press. ISBN 978-0-85361-525-5. OCLC 59402958.
  • Leboff, David (1994). ABC London Underground Stations. Ian Allan. ISBN 0-7110-2226-7.
  • Lee, Charles E. (1973). The Bakerloo line, a Brief History. London: London Transport. OCLC 59998073.
  • Lee, Charles E. The Central line, a Brief History. London: London Transport. OCLC 3470185.
  • Lee, Charles E. (1973). The District line, a Brief History. London: London Transport. OCLC 59998301.
  • Lee, Charles E. (1976). The East London Line and the Thames Tunnel, a Brief History. London: London Transport. OCLC 24459581.
  • Lee, Charles E. (1972). The Metropolitan line, a Brief History. London: London Transport. OCLC 59998061.
  • Lee, Charles E. (1973). The Northern line, a Brief History. London: London Transport. OCLC 59998137.
  • Lee, Charles E. (1973). The Piccadilly line, a Brief History. London: London Transport. OCLC 59998126.
  • Menear, Laurence (1983). London's Underground Stations: a social and architectural study. Midas Books. ISBN 978-0-85936-124-8. OCLC 12695214.
  • Wolmar, Christian (2004). The Subterranean Railway: How the London Underground Was Built and How It Changed the City Forever. Atlantic Books. ISBN 1-84354-023-1. OCLC 60794863.

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