- How far below ground is the London Underground?
- What does overground mean?
- Is the overground part of the underground?
- Is London Overground same price as underground?
- Is it cheaper to use an Oyster card or contactless?
- Can you use an Oyster card on the overground?
- What stations are on the London overground?
- What is the difference between overground and underground?
- Is the District line overground or underground?
How far below ground is the London Underground?
The deepest station is Hampstead on the Northern line, which runs down to 58.5 metres.
In Central London the deepest station below street level is also the Northern line.
It is the DLR concourse at Bank, which is 41.4 metres below..
What does overground mean?
1. on or above the surface of the ground: an overground railway. 2. ( Pop Music) having become sufficiently established, known, or accepted so as to no longer be considered avante-garde, experimental, or subversive.
Is the overground part of the underground?
Although a TfL service, the Overground is part of the National Rail network, unlike the Underground.
Is London Overground same price as underground?
London Overground rail fares cost the same as Underground prices on Oyster, as the service also uses the TfL zone price range, making managing your travel costs much easier. Peak times on the Overground are also the same, with prices rising between 06:30 and 09:30 am, with a reduced cost thereafter.
Is it cheaper to use an Oyster card or contactless?
As a general rule a Travelcard is more expensive than an Oyster card or Contactless payment card. The exception is if you make 3 or more journeys for 6 days or more within a 7 day period.
Can you use an Oyster card on the overground?
Oyster cards You can pay as you go to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, most TfL Rail, Emirates Air Line and Thames Clippers River Bus services. You can also travel on most National Rail services in London and some outside London.
What stations are on the London overground?
London OvergroundHighbury & Islington – West Croydon/Clapham Junction/Crystal Palace.Richmond/Clapham Junction to Stratford.Gospel Oak to Barking.Watford Junction to Euston.Liverpool Street to Enfield Town, Cheshunt and Chingford.Romford to Upminster.
What is the difference between overground and underground?
The overground are more traditional trains as opposed to the metro style for the Underground. Overground is more of a ring around central London – it’s useful for avoiding going via central London if you don’t want to.
Is the District line overground or underground?
The District line is a London Underground line that runs from Upminster in the east to Earl’s Court in west London, where it splits into a number of branches. One branch runs to Wimbledon in south-west London and one runs north to Edgware Road.