History of Central Tube Line:
Central Tube Line originally began operating in 1900, the line has been extended almost nearly 8 times since the time of its creation. In 1935 electric tubes started running on the line and in 1952 light weight rail cars started their operation. In 2003, the entire line was closed temporarily do to an unfortunate incident as the tube went out of the track, however it was reopened the same year.
List of over ground Stations of Central Tube Line in London:
Out of total 49 stations of Central Tube Line in London 29 are over ground, given below is a list of underground stations of Central Tube Line
West Ruislip, Ruislip Gardens, South Ruislip, Northolt, Greenford, Perivale, Hanger Lane, Ealing Broadway, West Acton, North Acton, East Acton, White City, Leyton
Leytonstone, Snaresbrook, South Woodford, Woodford, Roding Valley, Buckhurst Hill, Loughton, Debden, Theydon Bois, Epping, Newbury Park, Barkingside, Fairlop
Hainault, Chigwell, Grange Hill
List of underground Stations of Central Tube Line in London:
Around 20 stations of Central Tube Line are underground, given below is a list of underground stations of Central Tube station.
Shepherd's Bush, Holland Park, Notting Hill Gate, Queensway, Lancaster Gate, Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Holborn, Chancery Lane, St. Paul's, Bank, Liverpool Street, Bethnal Green, Mile End, Stratford, Gants Hill, Wanstead, Redbridge
First & Last Train on Central Tube Line in London:
Being the largest and one of the busiest line of the London underground, the stations used to get open early in the morning and continues to serve till late night. Follow the link to Central Tube Line Timetable where you can have an in-depth view of the time table of trains running to your destination.