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What line is Croxley Green station on?

What line is Croxley Green station on?

Metropolitan line
Croxley is a London Underground station located on Watford Road (A412) in Croxley Green, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, on the Watford branch of the Metropolitan line.

What train line is Bounds Green?

Piccadilly line
Bounds Green is a London Underground station, located at the junction of Bounds Green Road and Brownlow Road in Bounds Green in the London Borough of Haringey, North London. The station is on the Piccadilly line, between Wood Green and Arnos Grove, and is on the boundary between Zone 3 and Zone 4.

Which London tube line is Coloured green on the underground map?

Central line
Central line (London Underground) – Wikipedia.

What line is Charing Cross?

Charing Cross Underground Station is on the Bakerloo line and the Northern Line.

Is Croxley Green station open?

Both the station and the line were permanently closed on 29 September 2003. In 2005, the wooden platform was in a serious state of decay and was removed.

Where does the Metropolitan line go?

The Metropolitan line, colloquially known as the Met, is a London Underground line between Aldgate in the City of London and Amersham and Chesham in Buckinghamshire, with branches to Watford in Hertfordshire and Uxbridge in Hillingdon.

What postcode is Bounds Green?

Area Information for Bounds Green Road, Haringey, London, N11 2EX. Bounds Green Road in Haringey is in the London region of England. The postcode is within the Bounds Green ward/electoral division, which is in the constituency of Hornsey and Wood Green.

Is Bounds Green a nice place to live?

It’s a relaxed place to live and offers very affordable homes. Families are attracted to the area because of the outstanding primary and secondary schools. The best places to find a home here are on Bounds Green Road, Myddleton Road, and around Bowes Park conservation area.

Which London Tube line is green?

District line
The District line is a London Underground line that runs from Upminster in the east and Edgware Road in the west to Earl’s Court in west London, where it splits into a number of branches….

District line
A District line train at Wimbledon with a service to Edgware Road
Stations 60
Colour on map Green

What line is Covent Garden on?

Piccadilly Line
Covent Garden is on the Piccadilly Line. Covent Garden’s tube station is a very short walk from the Market Building at the end of James Street.

What zone is Charing Cross tube station?

Zone 1
Sometimes abbreviated as “Charing X” or “CX” on trains or timetables, the station is in Travelcard Zone 1, between Piccadilly Circus and Embankment on the Bakerloo line and Leicester Square and Embankment on the Northern line.

Why was Croxley Green station closed?

The platform and track-level buildings at Croxley Green station were destroyed by fire in March 1913 leaving only the street level booking office and the covered stairway. This map shows how close the Croxley Green terminus is to the Metropolitan line. The two lines will be joined when the Croxley Rail Link is built.

Where is Croxley Green station on the A412?

Croxley Green is a disused railway station located on the A412 between Croxley Green, Rickmansworth, and Watford at the end of a short branch line. The station was opened in 1912 by the LNWR as the terminus of the branch line of the Watford-Rickmansworth line.

Where does the Rickmansworth line leave Croxley Green?

The short 1¼-mile Croxley Green branch left the Rickmansworth line at Croxley Green Junction which was substantially rebuilt as a double-track formation as part of the LNWR’s ambitious London suburban electrification scheme. There was one intermediate station at Watford West.

Why was the Croxley Green branch line opened?

This branch line was opened by the London & North Western Railway (LNWR) to provide competition with the Metropolitan line, whose influence was in the ascendancy in north-west London.

Where was the LNWR train at Croxley Green?

This map shows that anything LNWR train related from Watford Junction to Croxley Green was kept in sheds close by to an area known as Watford Fields and Wiggenhall Road, Watford. Although the Metropolitan company had appeared to withdraw and lose interest, a new opportunity arose when land on the Cassiobury Estate came on the market.