London Underground A-Z

Can you name these famous and some not so famous names of London Underground Stations
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Last updated: May 21, 2016
First submittedFebruary 24, 2016
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A
One of the premier league football (soccer) clubs
Arsenal
B
The street where the ficticious Sherlock Holmes lived
Baker Street
C
The business district that is not the City
Canary Wharf
D
London Borough of ____and Barking (choice of either of the Tube Stations beginning with the answer)
Dagenham East/Heathway
E
Final station on the eastern part of the Central Line
Epping
F
A place where one can connect with the only mainline service to cross central London
Farringdon
G
The stop one would get off to 'go and visit the Queen'
Green Park
H
The only airport with an underground station
Heathrow Terminal(s) 1,2 & 3 /4/5
I
The only station beginning with I
Ickenham
K
The station with the most possible changes (including Hogwarts)
Kings Cross St Pancras
L
North-Western manufacturing town
Liverpool Street
 
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M
The former site of the London Gallows
Marble Arch
N
The main station for London's August Carnival
Notting Hill Gate
O
Busiest Underground Station not connected to a mainline station
Oxford Circus
P
Only Victoria Line Station that does not connect with another Underground Line or mainline station
Pimlico
R
The site of Hampton Court Palace
Richmond
S
The site of the London 2012 Olympics
Stratford
T
The stop one would need to get off to visit the Tower of London
Tower Hill
U
The site of attempted negotiations between Charles I and the Parliamentarians
Uxbridge
V
Underground's busiest station (named after a queen)
Victoria
W
Site of one of the grand slam tennis tournaments
Wimbledon
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Level 73
Feb 25, 2016
Accept "Dagenham"? After all, "Barking and Dagenham" is the name of the borough!
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Level 64
Feb 25, 2016
I agree with you on the Barking and Dagenham, I was a little lost how to bring Dagenham in, but it is not the name of an Underground Station, so I'll see if I can work on the clue. Thank-you for your contribution.
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Level 64
May 21, 2016
I've decided to accept it.
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Level 64
Feb 25, 2016
I have to laugh that up to now, the questions with the best marks are a football club (the only one with 100%), something to do with Harry Potter, Sherlock Holmes and a Queen :)
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Level 47
May 13, 2016
(1) Liverpool is in the North West, not North East. (2) The correct spelling of “Site” is S-I-T-E.
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Level 64
May 21, 2016
Both accepted. Thank-you so much for your input. I learned something new today. I always thought that site was an American spelling. Thank-you for showing me the error of my ways. One day I'll remember East from West. (the fact that my family comes from Yorkshire and an inflated sense of West is best, probably doesn't help when things come from Lancashire :P)