The Jubilee Line has no branches. It passes through parts of east London and Docklands, crosses the centre between Waterloo and Baker Street, and runs through north-west London. The Jubilee Line runs parallel to the Metropolitan Line between Finchley Road and Wembley Park, though it does not share tracks.
The line passes beneath the River Thames four times: with the exception of the crossing at Waterloo, these require major detours to find pedestrian crossing points.
|Stratford to Stanmore|
65.1km — 302m ascent
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