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The Underground has more than 280 stations and around 400 km (250 miles) of track, making it the longest metro system in the world by route length. It also has one of the highest number of stations. In 2007, more than one billion passenger journeys were recorded, making it the third busiest metro system in Europe after Paris and Moscow.
The London Underground’s 11 lines are the Bakerloo line, Central line, Circle line, District line, Hammersmith& line, Jubilee line, Metropolitan line, Northern line, Piccadilly line, Victoria line and Waterloo & City line. LONDON UNDERGROUND
The London Underground map has a classic 20th century design with a great history of its own. Although it was designed in the 1930s, the original is still used today with modifications. Harry Beck, the designer of the map in 1933, was only paid five guineas for the job. Born 4 June 1902 Died 18 September 1974 (aged 72) Nationality British Occupation Designer Known for Tube map LONDON UNDERGROUND
Underground maps are outside Tube Stations
Someone has actually designed “The Way Out” tube map which is a pretty useful invention, since it shows where all the nearest exits are when you reach a station, allowing you to save valuable time.
"Mind the gap between the platform and the train." You are reminded of this by an announcement in London's underground (call it tube, subway or metro if you like) each time the train comes to a halt at a station.