Piccadilly Line

The Piccadilly Line is a line with two main sections. It passes through north-east London crosses the centre between King’s Cross St Pancras and Hammersmith, and runs through west London. There is a branch off the principal line at Acton Town for Heathrow Airport. Since there is no longer pedestrian access to central Heathrow, and little viable pedestrian access to Terminal 4, the pedestrian route described below is non-stop between Hatton Cross and Terminal 5.

Cockfosters to Uxbridge
63.9km — 360m ascent
Acton Town to Heathrow Terminal 5
24.0km — 48m ascent

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