What time is the last train on the Hammersmith and City Line?
The last service leaves Hammersmith Underground station at 23:25 from Monday to Friday, at 23:55 on Saturdays, and at 23:54 on Sundays, and Barking Underground station at 23:25 from Monday to Friday, at 23:35 on Saturday, and at 23:15 on Sundays.
Where does the Hammersmith and City Line stop?
Hammersmith & City Line Stations
|Great Portland Street Tube||Metropolitan Circle Hammersmith & City|
|Hammersmith (City.) Tube||Hammersmith & City Circle|
|King’s Cross St. Pancras Tube & Rail||Metropolitan Northern Piccadilly Circle Victoria Hammersmith & City|
|Ladbroke Grove Tube||Hammersmith & City Circle|
What time does Hammersmith line stop?
The HAMMERSMITH & CITY tube (Barking – Hammersmith) has 29 stations departing from Upminster and ending in Paddington. HAMMERSMITH & CITY tube timetable overview: Normally starts operating at 00:16 and ends at 23:54. Normal operating days: everyday.
Is the Hammersmith and City line still running?
There are no reported disruptions at any .
What time is the last NORTHERN line tube?
NORTHERN Timetable and Stops (Updated) NORTHERN tube timetable overview: Normally starts operating at 05:54 and ends at 23:58. Normal operating days: everyday.
Is Hammersmith and City line above ground?
Hammersmith & City line This line starts above ground from Hammersmith, before going underground as it heads more into the city. It then pops above ground at Farringdon, down again, and again at Bromley-by-Bow for the rest of the line.
Is the Hammersmith and City line closed?
No disruptions There are no reported disruptions at any .
Is the Hammersmith and City line busy?
The Northern line is running at 130 per cent of capacity during peak times, while the Central and Jubilee lines are at 116 and 115 per cent respectively….Which are London’s busiest morning Tube Lines?
|Position||Tube Line||Morning peak hour capacity|
|8||Hammersmith & City and Circle Lines||88 per cent|
Is Northern Line closed?
When is the Northern Line closed? The closure begins on January 15 and will last until mid-May 2022. Whilst no exact end date has been given by Transport for London (TfL), it means the line will be closed for approximately four months.