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London Transit

Earl's Court tube entrance on Earl's Court RoadMy first visit to the world's oldest underground railway in February of 2001. I took my family to London on a nice vacation. Our base of operations was at Earl's Court, also known as Kangaroo Alley. This area is served by the District and Piccadilly underground lines. Since then I have returedn to London 3 more times.

London is a great transit city, the subways, better known as the Underground or The Tube, run frequently and cover the city well. There is also the automated Light Rail line serving the re-developing docklands area of east London. The newest addition to the family is the Light Rail line in the southern suburb of Croydon, called Tramlink. Then there are the famous red double-decker buses that operate throughout the region as well as the various commuter lines that radiate from city center. Please choose from the following sections.


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