History of Jubilee Line:
This silver grey hued line was inaugurated in 1979 by the name of Fleet Line next to River Fleet. But when the Sales Manger of the London Transport Advertising, Geoffery Holliman came up with an idea to commence the new bus service by the name of London Transport Silver Jubilee Bus Fleet, then the line was specified by the name of Jubilee Line. Although the project was not initialized due to lack of funds, still the name was changed due to Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee.
Underground Stations of Jubilee Line:
The list of 13 underground tube stations served by Jubilee Line are cited below:
Overground Stations of Jubilee Line:
The list of 14 Over ground tube station out of total 25 tracks are prearranged as follow:
First and Last Train on Jubilee Line:
Likewise other line Jubilee has also acquired a position in the list of busiest Underground stations. In order to help the passenger to reach at their destinations on time, the service of Jubilee Line initiates in early hours. If you wish to attain the complete schedule of the arrival and departure of the trains then check Jubilee Line Time Table.