History of Circle Tube Line:
The Circle Tube Line started its initial route service in 1863 and it was from Paddington and Farringdon Street, in the same year the inner circle was also built. Again in 1868 a new station was added to the route of the line and likewise the line had new stations that were kept adding into the route forming a circular path, on 7th of July 2005 an unfortunate incident of terrorism happened and as a result two of the trains of the line were bombed resulting in the closing of the whole line temporarily. However, during December 2009, the circular route was extended further towards Hammersmith forming more than a circle and the continuous loop of the traveling of the trains in circular path was broken.
The stations of Circle Tube Line:
The underground stations of Circle Tube Line are as follow:
Great Portland Street
King’s Cross St. Pancras
St. James’s Park
High Street Kensington
Notting Hill Gate
First & Last Train of Circle Tube Line in London:
Follow the link to the Time Table of the Station from Mondays to Saturdays, if you want to know in details about the first and last train that leaves for your desired destination where you wish to go.