221 feet is the greatest depth..... below are some figures to give you an idea of what depths (literally) they had to go to: Maximum depth below mean sea level
Northern Line, just south of Waterloo station 21.3m (70ft)
Maximum depths below ground level
Deep-level tube lines
Northern Line, Holly Bush Hill, Hampstead 67.4m (221ft)
Sub-surface cut & cover lines
East London Line, Wapping 18.29m (60ft)
Average depths below ground level
Deep level tube lines 24.4m (80ft)
Sub-surface cut & cover lines 7.3m (24ft)
Hampstead 58.5m (192ft) below ground level I hope you enjoy the research, cheers, Skunkfarmer - New Hampshire USA
You can't. The London Underground and London Buses only go as far as the suburbs.
About the same as it is above ground.
Victoria is an area, a rail station, an underground station and a bus and coach station within Central London.
London Underground was created in 1863.
the London Underground first opened in 1863
The London Underground (or just the underground)
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London Underground's nickname is 'the tube'.
The London Underground was not really named after anything.It was an underground metro, so they called it underground,and as it was in London, it had to have a name that everyone would know that it would be in London.So it was called the London Underground,and is also nicknamed 'The Tube'.
The London Underground is the largest in Europe and the oldest in the world.
Madame Tussauds is not far from the Baker Street Underground station. (See links below)
The busiest station on the London Underground is Waterloo.