the London Underground Began operation on 10 January 1863
november 11, 2007
London i think
The Metropolitan Underground Railway opened in 1863.
London Underground was created in 1863.
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 (or just the underground)
Apply to London Underground Ltd.
The London Underground is the largest in Europe and the oldest in the world.
The busiest station on the London Underground is Waterloo.
The London Underground did give the East London line to the London Overground to ease its traffic.
Yes. The Underground does cover much area, but you cannot take the Underground from London to Oxford.
The London Underground. Travel For London (TFL) is responsible for the London Underground and the other transport networks in London.
The London Underground began operations on January 10, 1863. The length of the London Underground is 250 miles, which is equal to 402 kilometers.
There are 253 miles (400kms) of London underground track.
London Underground is known by Londoners as 'the tube'.
You can get an underground train and an overground train from London Bridge.