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Central line map (red line)Updated: August 2022
The Red Line was designed to connect the central London area. It runs from east to west and it currently reaches the periphery. It is one of the lines that carries the largest number of passengers daily. This is because central London is where the financial district and tourist attractions, such as Oxford Street and Liverpool Street, are located.
See the stations in the map below (August 2022).
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Overview of this tube line:
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List of routes and Central line stations
The Central line currently has 5 different routes, so before boarding, it is important to look carefully at the front of the train and check the sign with the name of the destination to avoid getting onto the wrong Tube train.
If you click on the name of the station, you can see real-time timetable information and more detailed info. If you click on the line icons, you will see information about that line and its transfers.
Route 1: Ealing Broadway - Epping
Route 2: Ealing Broadway - Hainault
Route 3: West Ruislip- Epping
Route 4: West Ruislip - Hainault via Woodford
Route 5: West Ruislip - Hainault via Newbury Park
If you want, you can view the entire London Tube map, one page with all the lines grouped together, or you can view each line separately.
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