|Length:||22.5 Miles (36km)|
|Journeys:||127,584,000 / year|
St. John's Wood
The Jubilee Line is represented on the London Tube map by a silver line and runs from Stanmore to Stratford. It was originally built in 1979 to Charing Cross but was extended in 1999 to Stratford in the East end of London. These later, second-stage stations are much larger and have more safety features than those of the older tube lines in general.
Image taken from the Jubilee Line article on Wikipedia.
The Jubilee Line was originally intended to be built in four stages but problems with financing led to progress stalling until the late 1990s. Stage 2 would have run the line to Aldwych, Ludgate Circus, Cannon Street and Fenchurch along to Fleet Street, Stage 3 to Surrey Docks and Lewisham, New Cross and New Cross Gate and Stage 4 to Addiscombe and Hayes.