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Metropolitan Line

Map Colour: Dark Magenta
Year Operated: 1863
Year Opened: 1863
Year Named: 1863
Length: 41.5 Miles (66.4km)
Journeys: 53,000,000 / year
Stations: Aldgate
Liverpool Street
Moorgate
Barbican
Farringdon
King's Cross St. Pancras
Euston Square
Great Portland Street
Baker Street
Finchley Road
Wembley Park
Preston Road
Northwick Park
Harrow-on-the-Hill
West Harrow
Rayners Lane
Eastcote
Ruislip Manor
Ruislip
Ickenham
Hillingdon
Uxbridge
North Harrow
Pinner
Northwood Hills
Northwood
Moor Park
Croxley
Watford
Rickmansworth
Chorleywood
Chalfont & Latimer
Chesham
Amersham

The Metropolitan Line on the London Tube Map runs from Aldgate to Chesham (with several branches) and is represented on the tube map by a dark magenta line.  The line and various branches add up to 41 miles of track, handling 53 million journeys every year.

The first underground railway in the world, the Metropolitan Line opened in January 1863 and is the 9th busiest line on the London Underground.  The main line runs from Amersham to Aldgate and there are branches to Uxbridge, Chesham and Watford.


Image taken from the Metropolitan Line article on Wikipedia.

The Metropolitan Line remains the fastest line on the Undergound despite speeds being cut from 70mph to 50/60mph.  Along with the Central Line, it is also one of only two lines that cross the M25 motorway.