Central Line

The Central Line is a line with three sections. It passes through north-east London by two routes, crosses the centre between Liverpool Street and Notting Hill Gate, and runs through west London. There is a short branch off the main line to serve Ealing.

The journey on the Central Line between Epping and West Ruislip is the longest on the Underground which may be achieved without changing trains.

Epping to West Ruislip
71.2km — 369m ascent
Woodford to Leytonstone via Newbury Park
19.9km — 127m ascent
North Acton to Ealing Broadway
3.4km — 8m ascent

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