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Map of the Waterloo & City Line

Updated: August 2022

Welcome to the London Waterloo & City Line maps website, this line only has 2 stations. It runs between Bank station and Waterloo.

Waterloo & City Line maps

In the map below are the stations, updated August 2022.

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Waterloo & city line vertical map

Waterloo & city line map

Overview of this tube line:

  • Opened in 1968.
  • Turquoise colour.
  • Underground.
  • 2 stations.
  • 1.5miles (2.5 km) long.

This line of just two stations passes under the River Thames, and as Bank used to be called the "City", so the name of the line stuck. It's used especially to carry passengers working in the City of London and the journey time is three minutes.

Waterloo station has a reputation for having a "strange smell" since its inception, because of this the line is called "The Drain", as the marshy ground where Waterloo station is located has a high amount of decomposing organic matter due to the sediments of the Thames over thousands of years.

As a curiosity, this is the only line that does not connect directly with the others, and also the only one that is completely underground. It's also the only tube line where they are allowed to film series such as BBC's "Survivors", or films such as "The Tripods" (1984) or "Sliding Doors" (1998).



List of Waterloo & City line stations

Waterloo - Bank

This is the list of all tube stations on the Waterloo & City line, which has a total of only 2 stops.

Waterloo 1 Bakerloo tube line Jubilee tube line Northern tube line train station icon
Bank 1 Central tube line Northern tube line DLR tube line


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