Central line

London Underground line
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The Central Line is a line of the London Underground. Its colour is red on the tube map. It runs east-west through London. The line was the longest line until the line between Epping and Ongar was closed. Outside the rush hours trains run every 3-4 minutes in Central London and every 6-7 minutes on the branches.

Central
Central line flag box.png
Colour on map Red
Year opened 1900
Line type Deep Level
Rolling stock 1992 tube stock
Stations served 49
Length 74 km (46 mi)
Depots West Ruislip
Hainault
White City
Passenger journeys made 260.916 million (2011/12) [1]

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StationsEdit

In order from west to east. Station in italics are not in the on the Central line anymore

West Ruislip branchEdit

branch joins at North Acton:

Ealing Broadway branchEdit

branch joins at North Acton:

Main lineEdit

Splits into two branches.

Woodford branchEdit

The Greater London boundary with Essex is at Grange Hill

Terminates at Woodford [see Ongar Branch] (except for rush hours)

Ongar branch (now Epping Branch)Edit

  • Snaresbrook, first served 14 December 1947.
  • South Woodford, first served 14 December 1947 (as South Woodford (George Lane)); renamed 1950.
  • Terminus for Woodford branch: Woodford, first served 14 December 1947.

The Greater London boundary with Essex is between Woodford and Buckhurst Hill

Note: the remaining stations to Ongar were served by a shuttle service from Epping.

  • North Weald, first served 25 September 1949; closed 30 September 1994.
  • Blake Hall, first served 25 September 1949; closed: 31 October 1981.
  • Ongar, first served 25 September 1949; closed 30 September 1994.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "LU Performance Data Almanac". Transport for London. 2011/12. Retrieved 1 August 2012. Check date values in: |year= (help)

Other websitesEdit

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