Piccadilly Tube Line in London

The Piccadilly Tube line serves over 175 million commuters in a year, which makes the route the fifth busiest on the London Underground system. The line, which is managed by Travel for London, starts its journey from Cockfoster and branches out to Heathrow Terminal 5 and Uxbridge. The Piccadilly line is approximately 71 kilometers (44 miles) and is effectively the second longest route on the tube system. Almost half of the 53 stops on the line are underground, while the remaining ones are above ground. The line is very popular with tourists because it hits most of London well known attractions including Buckingham Palace and Piccadilly Circus. The branch that connects with Heathrow and is famous for dealing with tourist attractions is, without any doubt the busiest part of the line that is used by trains every 10 minutes even during off-peak hours. Piccadilly Tube Line Map

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