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The worlds Hardest London Underground Quiz

You'll know some questions easily, You'll think you know some question, and You'll know you don't know others! Good Luck You only have 10 minutes...
Quiz by Matt2012
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First submittedApril 13, 2014
Last updatedMay 14, 2014
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Coloured Black on the tube map
Northern Line
Coloured Brown on the tube map
Bakerloo Line
Coloured Dark Blue on the tube map
Piccadilly Line
Coloured Green on the tube map
District Line
Coloured Grey on the tube map
Jubilee Line
Coloured Light Blue on the tube map
Victoria Line
Coloured Red on the tube map
Central Line
Coloured Pink on the tube map
Hammersmith & City Line
Coloured Purple on the tube map
Metropolitan Line
Coloured Turquoise on the tube map
Waterloo & City Line
Coloured Yellow on the tube map
Circle Line
Busiest Station
Waterloo
Least Used Station
Roding Valley
Least Used Station on the Victoria Line
Blackhorse Road
Least Used Station on the Metropolitan Line
Chesham
Least Used Station on the Piccadilly Line
North Ealing
Least Used Station on the Bakerloo Line
South Kenton
Least Used Station on the District Line
Upminster Bridge
Least Used Station on the Northern Line
Mill Hill East
Least Used Station on the Hammersmith & City Line
Goldhawk Road
Least Used Station on the Jubilee Line
Canons Park
Busiest Station that is NOT a Mainline Station as well
Oxford Circus
Busiest Station that is served by 1 line ONLY
Canary Wharf
Station served by most Underground lines
King's Cross St. Pancras
Furthest Station East
Upminster
Furthest Station West
Chesham
Furthest Station North
Chesham
Furthest Station South
Morden
Highest Station Above Sea Level
Amersham
Deepest Station Underground
Hampstead
Deepest Station Below Sea Level
Waterloo (Northern Line)
Deepest station underground in central London
Bank (DLR Platforms)
Highest Point above ground
Dollis Brook Viaduct
Deepest Point below ground
Holly Bush Hill
Station with the most platforms
Baker Street
Station with only 1 track and 1 platform
Mill Hill East
Newest Station (as of 2014)
Wood Lane
The first Underground Station that was demolished or re-sited
Westbourne Park
Original Terminus For the Jubilee Line
Charing Cross
Hint
Answer
Only Station on the Victoria line that is not an interchange
Pimlico
Line with the Most stations
District Line
Line with the Least stations
Waterloo & City Line
Total amount of Lines
11
Busiest Line
Central Line
Least Busiest Line
Waterloo & City Line
Only Line that is WHOLLY underground
Waterloo & City Line
First Line Opened
Hammersmith & City Line
Newest Line Opened
Waterloo & City Line (Transferred to Underground in 1994)
Only Line to connect to all other lines
Jubilee Line
Longest Distance on the Network is between...?
Chalfont & Latimer
Chesham
Longest Distance between 2 stations UNDERGROUND is between?
Finsbury Park
Seven Sisters
Shortest Distance between 2 stations is between?
Leicester Square
Covent Garden
Longest Journey Without change is between which two stations?
West Ruislip
Epping
Longest continuous tunnel is between
East Finchley
Morden
Amount of Stations served by the London Underground
270
Amount of Stations served in south London
28
Total Length of Line
402km
Total length of Cut-and-Cover Tunnel
32km
Total length of Tube Tunnel
150km
Amount of stations outside London
14
Amount of Stations OUTSIDE the M25 Boundary
5
Amount of London Boroughs NOT served by an Underground Station
7 (6 in South London)
Only Mainline Rail Terminus that Doesn't have an interchange with an Underground station
Fenchurch Street
Only London Borough in North London NOT served by an Underground Station
Hackney
First Escalator Installed at
Earl's Court
Longest Escalator is located at
Angel
Shortest Escalator is located at
Stratford
Only station to still use wooden escalators
Greenford
Total Amount of escalators
462
Amount of Stations that use escalators ONLY
12
Total amount of lifts
164
Amount of stations that us lifts ONLY
19
Hint
Answer
MP credited with the idea of a subterranean railway for London
Charles Pearson
Person who invented the Tube Map
Harry Beck
Person credited with designing the famous Underground font
Samuel Johnston
Financier who became famous for amalgamating the underground network
Charles Tyson Yerkes
Person whose recording originally (and at most stations still does) announce the Mind the Gap announcements
Peter Lodge
First Station alphabetically
Acton Town
Last Station alphabetically
Woodside Park
Only Station to not contain any letters in the word MACKEREL
St. John's Wood
Only Station to not contain any letters in the word BADGER
Pimlico
Name either of the two stations that contain all five vowels in its name
South Ealing & Mansion House
Only station that begins with I
Ickenham
Only station whose name is shared by the London & Paris Metros
Temple
Original Nickname for the Central Line
Twopenny Tube
Original Name for the Jubilee Line
Fleet Line
Original Name for the Bakerloo Line
Baker Street & Waterloo Railway
Proposed Name for the Victoria Line
Viking Line
Station on the Northern Line That was Built but never opened
North End (Bull & Bush)
Name one of the 2 Branches of the Northern Line
Charing Cross Branch (West End Branch) & City Branch (Bank Branch)
Name one of the 2 stations that is located within the same complex
Monument & Bank
There are 2 instances of 2 separate stations that share names with each other - name one
Edgware Road & Hammersmith
Bishopsgate is now known as
Liverpool Street
City Station is now known as
Bank
Eastcheap is now known as
Monument
Gillespie Road is now known as
Arsenal
Great Central is now known as
Marylebone
Mark Lane is now known as
Tower Hill
Notting Hill is now known as
Ladbroke Grove
Charing Cross was originally called
Trafalgar Square
Embankment was originally called
Charing Cross
St. Pauls was originally called
Post Office
Name one of the 2 original Paddington Names
Praed Street & Bishop's Road
The first Underground baby was born at
Elephant & Castle
The fictional station used in the soap opera EastEnders
Walford East
What station does it appear to replace on the tube maps?
Bromley-by-bow
Only station with cross platform interchange between a Tube & Sub Surface line UNDERGROUND
Mile End
Either of the 2 stations where the doors open on BOTH SIDES simultaneously
Stratford (Westbound) & Barking (Eastbound)
Name either of the 2 original termini on the Underground
Paddington & Farringdon
What is odd about the Circle Line?
It is a Spiral
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level 61
Apr 28, 2015
I don't know if I like this quiz, cause I can see myself becoming addicted to it. It's a great quiz, well thought out, and contains a lot of information. The only thing, could you think of giving us a little more time?
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level 33
Jul 31, 2015
A lot of good research has gone into this quiz though I tend to agree more time would be good. I didn't even get to read all the questions, let alone answer them. One of the later questions I only saw after time is about stations where both doors open - this also happens at Morden, though only on some platforms. And I think the Victoria line joins the W&C as being all underground, at least on the passenger sections.
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level 22
Sep 7, 2015
Didn't Realise this particular quiz would be as popular as it seems to be, going to modify this quiz soon due to new research and more interesting tidbits I have found, thank you for enjoying playing it! the time limit will be increased
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level 17
Mar 30, 2016
2 little errors I noticed: 1: There are a few stations with just one track and one platform, Terminal 4 and Chesham being the other two I know of. 2: The first bit of underground was the Metropolitan Railway. Although I accept it is now the Hammersmith and City that runs on the last bit between Baker St and Paddington and not the Metropolitan, it only ceased to be the Met in 1990 when before it was just a branch of it. Moreover, the Circle would be just as fitting as the H&C as it covers the same section.
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level 47
May 14, 2016
The Victoria line is also wholly underground. I have taken it from Walthamstow Central all the way to Brixton before – so I know!
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level 47
May 14, 2016
And surely "Heathrow Terminal Four" also contains all the vowels? Please amend!
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level 26
May 6, 2017
This would not be correct as the London Underground have the "Four" in this station as the number 4 at stations, tube maps etc. Meaning there is no "u" in this station.
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level 26
May 6, 2017
What the quiz maker clearly means by wholly, is not just the track it carries passengers on. The Victoria Line is all in tunnels, however there is a depot for the Victoria Line above ground, whereas the Waterloo & City Line does not have a depot above ground therefore being wholly underground.
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