Circle Tube Line in London

A total of 35 stations are covered in Circle Tube Line which has a total distance of 17 miles. The Circle tube station is named so, because the route of the trains and tubes that run in it was in a circular path. The tube comprises of 3 circles in total i.e. the middle circle, the outer circle and the super outer circle. The middle circle tube travels from Aldgate to Mansion House, the Outer Circle from Broad Street to Mansion House and the Super Outer Circle from St. Pancras to Earl’s Court. The two stations of circle tube line were bombed in July 7th 2005, which were reconstructed soon afterwards. Since, the trains here are constantly moving in a circular path therefore, there is a very less time for recovery and maintenance.Circle line Map

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