The London tube map shows 11 tube lines coming together to form the London Undergound. The lines are listed below. Click on any of the tube line maps to view the list of stations and further information on that line.
The Bakerloo Line comprises 25 stations over 14.5 miles (23.3km) of track, from Harrow & Wealdston in the North-West to Elephant & Castle in the South East.
The Central Line comprises 49 stations over 46.0 miles (74.0km) of track, from West Ruislip in the West to Epping in the North East.
The Circle Line comprises 36 stations over 17.0 miles (27.4km) of track, from Hammersmith in the South-West to Tower Hill and Aldgate in the East.
The District Line comprises 60 stations over 40.0 miles (64.4km) of track, from Richmond and Ealing Brodway in the West to Upminster in the East.
The Hammersmith & City Line comprises 29 stations over 16.5 miles (26.6km) of track, from Hammersmith in the South-West to Barking in the East.
The Jubilee Line comprises 27 stations over 22.5 miles (36.2km) of track, from Stanmore in the North-West to Stratford in the East.
The Metropolitan Line comprises 34 stations over 41.5 miles (66.8km) of track, from Chesham in the North-West to Aldgate in the South East.
The Northern Line comprises 50 stations over 36.0 miles (57.9km) of track, from High Barnet in the North to Morden in the South.
The Piccadilly Line comprises 53 stations over 44.3 miles (71.3km) of track, from Heathrow in the South-West to Cockfosters in the North East.
The Victoria Line comprises 16 stations over 13.3 miles (21.3km) of track, from Walthamstow Central in the North-East to Brixton in the South.
The Waterloo & City Line comprises 2 stations over 1.5 miles (2.4km) of track, from Waterloo to Bank.