A Future:
London Metro,
London Overground, London Underground,
and other London Rapid Transits

By 2021 all London rapid transit rail services will be under the control of Transport for London. Even if privately run, the service provider will do as TfL commands and under the TfL brands. This municipalisation of rail frames the 'suggestions' of this webpage and its associated maps.

It means many more lines to consider than the present mix of Underground, Overground and Elizabeth line. So the maps I present have evolved to take this into account. I am also going to assume nationalisation of all rail services in the UK, for simplicity if nothing else. I do not see proposals for more competition, e.g. within one route, as anything other than adding to the present administrative and commercial chaos. British Rail must return as owner, brand and co-ordinator, even if there are private providers of some rail services. It is the same logic as the TfL move. The farce of foreign nationalised railways subsidising their passengers by owning franchises and fully charging British passengers has to end.

I foresee several subdivisions of rail services coming into London. The first, from the south east Kent coast through the south coast, as well as from the north and west, is the continuing of British Rail as in Intercity. BR stations are acknowledged, including terminals. Then come Long Commutes, being long and limited stop commuting services and these stations are acknowledged. There are then specific branded routes, including Expresses and Connect services for airports, Thameslink and Riverlink providing over the river London services with long commute outer terminuses but intensive within London services. Crossrail is another long route format, with a role of joining rail terminuses in also an intensive inner London service. Crossrail 1 is called the Elizabeth line, which is unfortunate as it confuses with London Underground, when it is a full size railway. London Overground consists of some Spokes, that is Short Commute routes into London terminuses and Chords, that is rail services that provide a circumventing alternative for part or whole journeys.

The services of Long Commute, Airport services, Thameslink, Riverlink and Citylink, and the former Crossrail, come under the brand of London Metro. The maps here continue to show all but the long commute lines and routes. So there is London Metro, London Overground, London Underground, Tramlink and Boat Services.

Some services are not part of London Metro. Tramlink is a frequent stopping service using rail beds and tracks into roads. Aswell as beuing intensive, it is extensive, stretching in this recommendation from Wimbledon right across to Bromley (including Grove Park) and London Biggin Hill Airport. The Boat Service is here suggested in a rationalised form from the present situation. The Cable Car is taken as an additional oddity. Buslinks have been branded on parts of the compass in this suggestion for their Chord-like connectivity. The exception is Brent shopping centre where also individual guided pod vehicles are introduced. There is also a shuttle service to connect Kenton to Northwick Park stations - it would come within service payment in the manner of walking between selected externally-connected stations.

Two kinds of map exist. One kind is the more stylised, and have in origin the map produced by Sameboat (see below). The other kind is more geographical, but biased towards the centre and compressed at the outer areas. Each kind is subdivided into one preferred map that leaves out (the increasingly approved) Crossrail 2, and one map that includes it. Sameboat attempted to bring form to the central 'bottle' whereas the geographical map allows form to emerge, and does so on mainly northern Overground routes.

There are a number of other and source maps available for those who enjoy the puzzle of London routes and maps. One even covers the whole country as well: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/static/documents/content/routemaps/nationalrailoperatorsmapzoom.pdf.

Maps show skill not only in turning geography into principle-following diagrams but also in the use of .SVG drawing that means vector lines that allow continuous zooming-in without pixellating. I have also used maps that are not only geographical but show platform arrangements, junctions, sidings and old lines, as at http://carto.metro.free.fr/cartes/metro-london/. My maps are drawn in raster form, being large but eventually pixellating. I have used, simply, MS Paint, RealWorld Paint (for smooth lines) and Irfan View.

So, the map I used to begin my mapping is that of Sameboat who also uses names like ifurkend and midandfeed. See the following: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Sameboat

My diagrammatic map area was, however, stretched to the north and north west in order to show better a Thameslink service (for Bedford). To some extent this counteracts Sameboat's useful tilt of the central 'bottle' that is the Spiral line (Circle line renamed) loop. My map area also plunges further south, to include the 'Wimbledon Loop' (I broke it up regarding routes) and thus makes a better representation of the south eastern spur of the Tramlink. I also made corrections, so that, for example, Acton Main Line indeed will be south of North Acton and diagramatically and the Tramlink works better to reality at Elmers End. Alterations also feature around the various Dagenham stations. Sameboat went on to change his map too around Acton, and he also was quick to replace Crossrail with 'Elizabeth line'.

In September 2017 I noticed that after months if not years of leaving it alone Sameboat altered his London transit map. He introduced dotted lines for under construction, even though it won't be too long before main sections of the Elizabeth line open. He also made changes to stations, the most puzzling being Paddington, where he showed the Elizabeth line station to be to the west of others, and created a walk-circle to connect three rapid transit stations all called Paddington. But this is misleading, because the links are through dedicated tunnels and not walking along the streets. In any case, at this scale, an all encompassing single station symbol is as accurate, in that the walking connections are specific and dedicated - like one big station. The same is true if Corssrail 2 ever combines and creates Euston Kings Cross St. Pancras. The result, I have to say, of Sameboat's revision is a bit messy. There is now so much detail of different lines with different widths and representations that the benefit of the tilt is being lost. In my case the geographical bias doesn't work except closer in, but I tried to make the one more closely derived from Sameboat's work at some more general overview. Plus he has 'bunged in' Fenchurch Street railway station away from tube stations. My more predictive/ imaginative use of Fenchurch Street involved effort to fit it in with the same text size and consistency of line presentation (allowing for its imaginative connectivity for consistency).

The original Sameboat file, written in SVG format:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:London_Underground_Overground_DLR_Crossrail_map.svg.

His similar map, a later effort, also written in SVG format keeps being updated (see above):

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/10/Sameboat_temp_cc4.svg.

This is a .PDF as derived from the .SVG:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:London_Underground_Overground_DLR_Crossrail_map.pdf

The copyright rules as of Wikimedia Commons:

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0

So, equally, build or change what I have done - with my pleasure.

Another person who can see advantages of renaming some stations and redesignating lines is Mike Hall of Valencia, Spain as at https://www.behance.net/gallery/24103253/Alternative-2015-Tube-Map-Design. He numbers lines instead of naming them, and like Sameboat would have a separate line between the Battersea extension and Edgware, and like me (similarly) run a service between Wimbledon and Edgware. But his reforms are not as systematic as mine: my intention is to simplify lines as much as possible, and thus the Dukes line and the closure of the Metropolitan to Uxbridge. I also prefer my arrangements for a simplified Metropolitan line set of train routes. It is more important, I think, to get rid of the Hammersmith and City line, which only touches Hammersmith and is not really City at all. The rational thing to do is extend the Metropolitan line as a route east (as was) and let the Circle line actually be a Spiral line. As for station renaming, Mike Hall has some good candidates but I kept rejecting most. A strong idea is renaming Euston Square as University College. However, not so if Crossrail 2 is built and Euston Square becomes part of Euston Kings Cross St. Pancras International - all one linked station. I do not like Paddington Green for Edgware Road. Edgware Road (Bakerloo) is close enough to the other interchange and Paddington Green is not immediately present. Neither is Brondesbury close enough to Kilburn Range Park to be renamed Kilburn Range. It adds another Kilburn, and there are close uses of Brondesbury. I also measure the walking distance to Kilburn Station as 200 yards if on the same street not 50 metres. The Cally is a better name - very local and displayed - that calling Caledonian Road & Barnsbury station Barnsbury. He should have selected Weavers Fields as an alternative name for Bethnal Green. He is right, particularly, that Abbey Road on the Docklands Light Railway is confusing to outsiders, who might go there expecting a certain zebra crossing and recording studio. As for what to rename it, Abbey Mitre is possible, from the nearby roads, but although again somewhat distant Abbey Mills is a distinctive pumping station. I agree with renaming Latimer Road but to Bramley Road as is not North Kensington. I can see a problem with Acton Town with all the Actons but it is not incorrect and adding Gunnersbury Park (or, say, Gunnersbury Lane) and then having Chiswick High Road - another Chiswick - for Gunnersbury is itself just complicated.

I have a history of changes. As of 27th July and 24th August 2015 my newly north western area stretched diagram removed compromises forced on the Sameboat evolving diagram. Then in September 20th 2015 I went mad and eventually put in many a rapid transit line from functioning railways and one reopened. I added in a small number of new connecting rails at junctions where space allowed. However, during October 2015 I was unhappy with geographical compromises. A more geographical map was produced by Transport for London and referred to during a new and complete more geographical redrawing (still with a bias of scale to the centre). Then I discovered the best source of them all, and, without reproducing its lines, the new source map was nevertheless the main guide for many revisions:

http://carto.metro.free.fr/cartes/metro-london/

Initially the more diagrammatic maps were archived. Having then changed some Chord routes to be more satisfactory, I brought back the diagrammatic maps with these later changes. So in December 2015 I followed on by adding geographical maps - with a bias to the middle area - with also a reworking of the diagrammatic maps based on Sameboat's originals to reduce three map variants to two: a preferred and then only one with both Crossrail 2 and a Barking Riverside tunnel for Abbey Wood shown. Also in December 2015, I introduced the simplification of the Metropolitan line (no longer including Uxbridge) and then the discovered platforms layout of High Street Kensington meant that a new line could simplify the Piccadilly line, called the Dukes line (after Barons Court and Earl's Court, and without a possessive apostrophe). In February 2016 I made a significant division between the more geographical maps and the more stylised maps, so the geographic incorporated the 2021 intention. This divided shorter TfL Overground (increased in number) and other TfL commuting lines (not shown) that would be coming into TfL management. In March 2016 I made the diagrammatic maps also follow the 2021 intention of TfL total control. After all, my maps are suggestions, and I approve of the intention. The maps became larger, Windsor was shown, and Spokes joined Chords in the Overground.

Then I caught up with the changes made by consultation to Crossrail 2, that despite public wishes TfL would move Crossrail 2 from Tooting Broadway to Balham, would simplify the route through Dalston rather than an option through Hackney (surely the better and more economic connection - especially with also a spur terminating at Hackney Central) and connecting at Wood Green with the Piccadilly line, missing out a better rail connection at Alexandra Park. This produced a third map.

After this I created the Termini line [on most maps so far], a line to link up major railway termini around London, with a standard tube size, and done with economy in mind. It connects Victoria and Paddington, adding a stop for the coach station. It shares the Bakerloo line and makes a new link to the Victoria line to improve Marylebone's connections. It shares with the Victoria line to make use of an existing line extension that allows tube trains to leave one platform at Kings Cross St. Pancras and return to another for departing. It elsewhere makes use of the Jubilee line and a new link to the Cricket line over the Thames, to spur off via Fenchurch Street station to Liverpool Street (sharing the Central line facilities).

Early April 2016 and I changed my cut down Crossrail 2 at the western end to go beyond Surbiton up the Hampton Court cul de sac as its only service and to end the repetition of routes to and from Epsom and instead use another cul de sac route of Chessington South, where again Crossrail 2 would be its only service. Otherwise these end routes form part of London Metro and are not Overground Spokes or Chords. I corrected Hackney stations to connect them with the walkway by the side of the tracks and extended Crossrail 2 (TfL preferred route) with a branch from Dalston to Hackney Central: this assumes new line and new station extension, unshown with a new imposed line.

May 2016 and I noticed that Sameboat had removed the River Thames from the map he produces [he had not - it is rather barely visible - and the change was made on 4th February 2016]. I presume this is because of distortion on the eastern side [or/ and perhaps it was too prominent - written June 2016]. Plus it cannot show at the same width throughout very easily. I also discovered the TfL 2004 prediction for 2016 map with lines suggested (especially east of London) that would have required expensive construction and even another crossing of the Thames. The Elizabeth line would have come from Kingston-upon-Thames rather than Reading and served Heathrow as now. These lines would not be cost-effective. The necessity is connectivity and choice by extending the Overground. There are land use possibilities of the DLR connecting to Barking. On this basis the 2004 map inspired me to do what I'd been tempted to try before and loop Beckton using the Beckton Corridor and extend to Barking via some useful stops along the North Circular Road. One imagines pedestrian links to both sides. Although there is a link from the Central Line to Dukes Line Underground, it would be better if the Football Chord made that link (and cannot) and so bus links work better instead. In June 2016 I added in the Short Chord near Heathrow and then made it part of the Golf Chord, turning its direction away from the overwhelmed Ealing Broadway but also removed the Hayes and Harlington stop from the changed Heathrow Express. Later changes meant Golf Chord went to Windsor and Eton Riverside.

June 22nd and 23rd 2016 I redrew the geographical map around Kings Cross, St. Pancas and Euston to increase accuracy. I also made the Mike Hall suggested renamings as I considered them.

July 21st 2016 I included Norwood Lake in all lines in the area (Thameslink had bypassed it yet stopped at all others - not sure what I was thinking) and added Selhurst to Gatwick Express for connectivity with the Diversity Chord regarding East Croydon. On July 26th I made consistent Lewisham entries, a Long Commute station (London Bridge and Hither Green etc., making a link not made by the Overground). On July 28th I added Yeats Mayo halt, something considered for a long time.

28th and 29th October 2016 I responded to news items about Heathrow Airport. It seems to me it needs the most flexible public transport approaches. I reworked the Diversity Chord so that it came to Heathrow via Sandwell Moor. It means one connection at Balham for Gatwick Express. The Tramlink extension to Biggin Hill also allows that airport to develop (say for goods - getting goods from Heathrow) even if the tram is relatively slow. I then took the Golf Chord to Windsor and Eton Riverside. This is all about efficient running. I envisage a passenger travelator over the M25 to deliver pedestrians to and from Heathrow Terminal 5. By having the Buslink South West travel to Wraysbury the connection from the Rugby Chord is better for both Terminals 5 and 4, with the bus stretching via Hatton Cross to Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Public transport is important to reduce pollution.

It seems to me that if London Biggin Hill Airport is to develop then it does need better transport connections, even if it was to take goods loads that use London Heathrow. So on 7th and 8th of November I created a second Tramlink route up to Hayes and Bromley. The reason is that although a route to East Croydon is very useful, it is a long stretch. More routes give more flexibility with outer east London and routes in and through the conurbation.

Then on 12th and 13th November I extended the Tramlink further to relieve Lewisham and solve the connectivity problem (partly tackled by the Beck Chord - including accepting the Barking Riverside Tunnel and rail extension to Abbey Wood) to Blackheath. Once Grove Park is not included, there are green routes right through to Kidbrooke and involves the new development there. On 15th November the Eastern Buslink was removed and replaced by a Docklands Light Railway extension long considered from Barking up to Newbury via Ilford.

23rd November 2016 with map and bird's eye view study I changed the Barking Riverside and Abbey Wood link to include a connection west for Plumstead and added a Thamesview station, and extended the Sheep Chord through to Barking. Such an extension along with the tram extensions means that the Beck Chord is really for journeys along its route, occupying lines and providing alternative junction movements, rather than any whole route journey.

After discovering in September Sameboat's later 2017 changes, I made some minimal changes. Beyond the odd correction (e.g. one map didn't have Euston labelled), I linked Warren Street to Euston Square as a walking connection. It probably is less than 300 yards distance, but I have tried to include some of the exit and entrance to stations as before. I was not persuaded to make changes to mainline stations, where Sameboat has spaced them out and shown as if walking connections. For me, walking connections are for street-level pavements only.

18th October 2017 and the realisation that the existence of the Elizabeth line and some repetition with the Central line underground allows the pressure to be taken off Ealing Broadway by removing the branch at Ealing Broadway. West Acton is then moved to what were sidings alongside the main line and thus a station on the Diversity Chord alone. This also assists the rationalisation of the Central line so that all trains go to and from West Ruislip.

Then on the 19th October 2017 the better solution was inserted to reuse the Central line branch as the Diversity Chord, keeping West Acton where it was. It reduces parallel working. This still assists the rationalisation of the Central line so that all its trains go to and from West Ruislip.

On the 20th October 2017 I decided to redraw the geographical maps with 100 extra pixels to the left. Although still heavily compressed in the western extent, this meant an angle for the Rugby Chord between Windsor and Eton Riverside to the north and Staines. I was aware of the Western/ Down facing suggested link for Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 from between Iver and Langley, proposed by Network Rail. I cannot see this being successful. It would presumably be a western Heathrow Express, with yet more coming along the line using Reading. There is another proposal that would use the Waterloo connection with Reading, from the south. This is even less likely and lacks support. Surely there is an existing line through Poyle that could be used, and here this is the Diversity Chord extending the track back to Stanwell Moor with a travelator across probably as a considerable passenger bridge.

On the 27th October 2017 I tackled a longstanding issue of the Dukes line. Rationalised - being freed of Metropolitan doubling - it tends to wander. One solution was to use an existing connection from the Central line to the Dukes south and west of West Ruislip. To match this with another connection to West Ruislip from the east would go through football grounds at a school. It would be easier, simpler, to connect the Dukes line by extending West Ruislip - effectively a railway station and an Underground station split but directly connected. It is the cost of platforms and probably two travelators. The effect of this was to remove the extent of the Bus Link North West route that provided connectivity. Rayners Lane would be this Bus Link's terminus. If traffic frees up on the Duke's line then this becomes local and an alternative route, more traffic justified on to the Central line after its removal from Ealing Broadway (to reduce pressure there).

29th October 2017 I gave attention to the Fairlop Loop, a problem of the Underground and Roding Valley being its least used station. It is quite possible to add platforms to the Epping route and link with a walkway, and then reduce the buslinks (no longer Debden - Chigwell - Buckhurst Hill - Chingford and as North East Buslinks) and feed this terminus and halt. This ends the wrong way to London and beyond starting at Woodford and around the loop - it starts on the Fairlop Loop. Hainault operates as a trains store and processing centre, so there is no option to extend the Docklands Light Railway instead.

1st November 2017 and I added a flyover to make Barking more practical regarding the light rail DLR. Then I started to consider what to do about the complication of the upper Metropolitan line. The Chesham branch is really its own service, and offered a limited opportunity to use the link to connect with Watford Junction. Using a local river name, it seemed suitable compared with other lines to call it the Chess line. Names have to be simple and memorable. Could it be used to extend to the Abbey line terminating at St Albans Abbey? It is possible to have a flyover quite south over the main line - without it, connecting is impossible or highly disruptive. But then it would be simpler to make that of the Shadrack Chord. In addition, on the line, I would suggest How Wood its northerly station, and a link north to connect to the Midland Main Line. Yet, would it work to pull this single line (even adding a passing place) within the scheme? Practically speaking it is a big expense for a rural line that needs incremental development. Of course this mapping is all about ideas, but some are not pursued on practical reasonings and Thameslink (via St. Albans) decides it. The inequality of the real world is the sheer amount spent on linking the Metropolitan to Watford Junction when money is not available for a line connecting St. Albans. The redrawing was completed by 4th November.

16th November 2017 and regarding the Abbey Line, Thameslink (via St. Albans City) did not decide it! It is possible to have a single line heavy rail link under the arches of the West Coast Main line and then connect for the Abbey Line. There is already a water way, the dual carriageway and a footpath/ cycletrack. Nevertheless the Abbey Line would need development: at the least passing places and two more stations in built-up areas. For simplicity and safety the overhead electric is kept, and that means it comes into the Overground and not the Underground. It is quicker from St. Albans City on the Midland Main Line but the upgrading of the Abbey Line into the Shadrack Spoke allows connecting and flexibility on the route to and from Euston, and enhances transport in Watford. This is supposed to be about ideas so this is included as a further idea for upgrading.

16th November 2017 and Thameslink is made the stopping service Cambridge and Brighton. Citylink and Riverlink skip some smaller stations in the outer journeys where they intersect with Thameslink.

21st November 2017 concluded two days of considering making use of the loop connection at Willesden to extend the Fox Chord all the way to Ealing Broadway. Ealing Broadway had spare terminus capacity, although I forgot this and considered a terminus at Acton Main Line. I removed all Reading origin Long Commutes given the Elizabeth line should be sufficient. Ealing Broadway had to be BR as well as Old Oak Road. Maps needed some redrawing to get the extended Chord as clean as possible to view. All this followed looking at a possible extension of the Elizabeth line (Crossrail) to the north west: there simply is no way to do it without some demolition from Old Oak Common for then using the connection at Harlesden off the Rugby Chord.

24th November 2017 concluded two days of redrawing the geographical map in the north west, shrinking further out margins and expanding because Stanmore had been positioned north of Bushey. I took the opportunity to redraw relationships between lines and stations. Perfection is impossible. Chief benefit was to make more horizontal the Football Chord. However, nothing can remove the steepness of the Central line and Golf Chord through Ruislip. This is because of the edges being more compressed than the centre, especially to the west.

25th November 2017 Buslink West was added (including Brunel University) from a geography maps redrawn West Ruislip to Uxbridge section and a bus shuttle was drawn between Kenton and Northwick Park.

28th November 2017 Bus Shuttle replaced travelator plus 100 yards between Putney and East Putney and was added between Putney and Putney Pier.

What follows then are the principles and then the maps: the diagrammatic, and then the geographical operating maps, followed by substantive text that had accumulated errors ironed out in March 2016.


Principles

Or click to look at: Essay on General Principles


The Changes and Suggestions


 Diagrammatic 1:  Metro, Overground, Underground, Crossrail, Thameslink, Riverlink, Citylink  Map 

Diagrammatic 2: Metro, Overground, Underground, Crossrail 2, Thameslink, Riverlink, Citylink  Map 

Diagrammatic 3 Metro, Overground, Underground, Crossrail 2 (TfL preferences), Thameslink, Riverlink, Citylink  Map 

Geographical Map 1 without Crossrail 2, as preferred

Geographical Map 2 with Crossrail 2.

Geographical Map 3 with Crossrail 2.

Intercity and Long Commute

South east area routes are Long Commute TfL, except Intercity services originating from: Dover Priory, Hastings, Eastbourne, Seaford/ Lewes, Brighton, Portsmouth Harbour, Southampton and Salisbury only (all else west is Intercity), and along the international line.

Long Commutes begin at these boundary limit stations: Littlehampton, Bognor Regis, Aylesbury, Bletchley, Bedford, Huntingdon, Cambridge, Southminster, Shoeburyness, Harwich, Walton-on-Naze and Clacton. Anywhere beyond is Intercity and outside TfL.
Routes

LONDON OVERGROUND CHORDS and SPOKES

Bamber Spoke
Brothers Spoke
Cat Chord
Diversity Chord
Dog Chord
Elephant Spoke
Emerson Chord
Football Chord
Fox Chord
Goat Chord
Golf Chord
Juno Spoke
Kitten Chord
Lea Chord
Mill Chord
Oak Chord, Perrin Chord
Rugby Chord
Shadrack Spoke
Sisters Spoke
Wolf Chord
Beck Chord (both suggestions)


SELECTED LONDON METRO

Citylink
Elizabeth line
Riverlink
Stansted Express
Thameslink
Heathrow Express


OTHER LINKS

Buslinks
Bus Shuttles
Podlink
Tramlink


RIVER
Thames Boat Service


SELECTED LONDON UNDERGROUND
Dukes line
Central line
Metropolitan line routes
Tennis line
Unity line
Victoria line Termini line



Some of these suggestions may also be in the public domain for further actions:

In my scheme TfL has control over London Overground, London Underground, Thameslink, Riverlink, Tramlink, Crossrail (Elizabeth line)and Citylink and the airports Express and Connect services (as well as buses). TfL provides one ticket system for all stations. Where there is joint running with British Rail (or however named), they would co-operate and overlap ticketing. In my scheme all London Overground services are called Chords or Spokes and London Underground services are lines (lower case L after both TfL and Sameboat's practice).

Although there is no real justification for a crossing of the Thames at Barking Riverside if Crossrail 2 gets the go ahead, my second map variant includes both and my third map (geographical) now uses the TfL preferred Balham, Dalston and Wood Green route in my still cut-down rationalised suggestion. Hackney exists then exists only as a branch east, which rather misses a useful junction and cost cutting connection for the north. Like most, I still prefer Tooting Broadway over Balham, and Hackney must remain a better suggestion in a simplified route north. There is a continuous tunnel between north of Dalston/ Hackney and Wimbledon, with stations along the way including King's Road at Chelsea, near the Thames. From Wimbledon Crossrail 2 east and south makes use of existing rail corridors and has in my suggestion only two branches west of Wimbledon for Hampton Court and Chessington South. Crossrail 1 as the Elizabeth line is already a done deal, but in my view larger railway sized tunnels could have been used simply to link railway termini and create British rail through routes.

There are future suggestions of an eastern route south of the Thames that passes Bromley South and has a sharp corner west of Lee, thus providing a zig-zag route. Its route has appeared along with a Barking Riverside tunnel; but with TfL running all lines from 2021 it makes sense to have this Chord given the number of parallel routes in the east. Despite passengers being able to traverse the Thames via Lewisham and Woolwich Arsenal, a Barking Riverside tunnel does give access to the London Overground going across north London, even if another tunnel remains an expensive option along with Crossrail 2. It's about time rail investment moved to the north and far west of England, and more for the valleys and south west of Wales!

I will keep to the name Elizabeth line for Crossrail but it should have been named Elizabeth Link or Elizabeth Connect for consistency with non-Underground routes. In fact it should have avoided a four syllable name.

Abbots is a new station in the city of St Albans on the enhanced Abbey Line as part of the Shadrack Spoke, the Overground route terminating at London Euston.

Acton Old Oak (rather than calling it Acton Junction) connects Perrin Chord and Rugby Chord Overground via open walkways with the Central line Underground and Elizabeth line at nearby stations.

Bakerloo line has its northern terminus cut back to Wembley Central. Although consideration was given to expand the Bakerloo London Underground to Watford Junction, instead of having a London Overground service, the Shadrack Spoke involving a London Overground route change (thus from Euston to St. Pancras) to a reopened Primrose Hill and on to Camden Road instead means reducing routes repetition.

Bakerloo line has its southern terminus extended to Lewisham on the simplest possible scheme but which involves tunnelling under the A2. Chords then provide extensive connectivity.

Balham station is the connecting point between the Gatwick Express with its northern terminus at Victoria Station and the Diversity Chord that has its terminus at Stanwell Moor and a travelator connecting with Heathrow Airport Terminal 5. Another connecting station is Selhurst, beyond which the Diversity Chord terminus is at West Croydon.

Bamber Spoke and Sisters terminates at Liverpool Street; Brothers Spoke terminates at Fenchurch Street (200 yards to Tower Hill; District line, Spiral line).

Bard Road as a basic interchange station is built on a viaduct in the same manner as Bramley Road (Spiral line), connecting with the Diversity Chord and Riverlink below.

Battersea extension (being built in reality) ought to connect with the Victoria line, not at the busy Vauxhall but at a new station called South Lambeth. It gets extended west to Clapham Junction, going under Battersea Park. Although TfL are calling the (reality) terminus 'Battersea Power Station' this reverts to the broader-based and easier to display Battersea. Battersea Park is within signed walking connection (not shown due to no stopping route on the maps) and Queenstown Road (not on the Overground) is further.

Beck Chord is the name alternatively for a zig zag of rail links against the grain to connect Abbey Wood with Beckenham junction, or a more modest route between Tulse Hill and Bromley South. It connects Crystal Palace to other routes via a new station called Norwood Lake.

Beckton no longer has a direct Docklands Light Railway service to Bank.

Bethnal Green (London Overground routes) is renamed Weavers Fields, to thus make it different from Bethnal Green (Central line) some 700 yards away.

Brixton Overground surely has to connect with the Victoria line with a new station complex. It can do this by building to connect the two viaduct lines that sweep east-west at the eastern end, and then via reduced to limited lengths of single tracks each, place platforms to each track where close to the existing BR station and with added access and walkways directly into the Victoria line.

Bromley receives the Wimbledon-Croydon tram service as with the wishes of its council members; the suggestion is that it connects Shortlands and Bromley North. In places the Beck Chord is single track as is the Tramlink, each with passing places and station waits.

Brondesbury and Kilburn stations are connected by walking as they are only 350 yards apart.

Brothers Spoke connects Enfield Town and Stratford linking Seven Sisters and South Tottenham (actually 200 yards walking distance apart) with a new station at Lea Pathway and (in real life too) at Lea Bridge. This simplifies traffic movements in relation to the Sisters Spoke (as renamed from the Enfield Line).

Bus Links generally connect outer termini and nearby with others. They have listed stops but also stop at other bus stops along the way.

Bus Shuttles are given in terms of the next listed rapid transit stop (although each stops at bus stops along the way), but passengers can stay on to any further stops on the as frequent as available connecting service. The task is to provide connections where there are none immediately between lines, chords, spokes and piers.

Caledonian Road and Barnsbury London Overground station is renamed The Cally, as painted on the bridge that carries the track.

Camberwell and Fielding Street are new stations on Thameslink. They serve local populations, and is an alternative to expensive/ alternative plans to the Bakerloo extension that involved tunnelling to Peckham Rye.

Camden Road second bridge across is developed with rails and platforms space recovered at the north side, this to take the Fox Chord terminus.

Canary Wharf consists of three separated stations with easy walks up to street level in between. The walks include next stations on the Docklands Light Railway.

Cat Chord is the name for the route between Wimbledon and Orpington with significant connections at a new Stretham Junction, Peckham Rye and Catford.

Change and simplify the District line via a rebranded and separated Tennis line of its own route. Although the Tennis line would benefit from a terminus at Baker Street, not Edgware Road, reversing trains there would block the available platforms for through trains.

Change is made to Sameboat's South Chord into two to simplify services. The Rugby Chord connects Highbury and Islington extended to Twickenham, and the Dog Chord, partly over the same lines, connects Whitechapel with New Cross Gate and West Croydon and also Whitechapel with New Cross and extended to Hayes. This provides a more intense service in the central London area and allows frequent regularity across the Rugby Chord and regarding north of New Cross/ New Cross Gate.

Change the Circle line name to Spiral line as part of the comprehensive renaming of lines and Chords. This is because it operates as a spiral and with the loss of the Hammersmith and City line name demonstrating the western spur as fully part of the Spiral line.

Change the original Northern line west route into the Unity line (Sameboat assumed this change calling it the Edgware line: not seen elsewhere; lines should not be named after stations, if leaving the Victoria line alone.

Chess line is an infrequent hourly off-peak and half-hourly peak timetabled service linking Chesham with Watford Junction and in effect provides an option direct link in the north west, the alternative being to change at the shared halt at Moor Park or complexity for the Metropolitan line. Cheshunt enjoys a better connection than a no stop terminus to terminus infrequent service.

Chingford Hatch is a new station on the Bamber Spoke.

'Chord' is the name to identify all London Overground lines. This is for simplicity. (A chord is a straight line that dissects two points across a circle that does not penetrate the centre, and a line from the centre of the circle crosses the centre of a chord at a right angle. It has acquired use to identify an outer urban railway.)

Chords are named Beck, Rugby, Golf and Football (Tennis is in the London Underground), Oak and Lea, Emerson, Perrin, Diversity (Unity is in the London Underground), and Fox, Dog, Wolf, Goat and Cat. Shadrack and Bamber, Sisters and Brothers, and Elephant routes are Spokes. There is Citylink using Moorgate, Riverlink to the west and Thameslink via the City. There is Heathrow Express (that takes over from Heathrow Connect and its stops) when the Elizabeth line opens for Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 5, Stansted Express and Gatwick Express. Crossrail includes Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4. Crossrail 1 as the Elizabeth line and a possible 2 would intersect at Tottenham Court Road.

Citylink uses the other north eastern route than Thameslink connecting Cambridge with Moorgate. It is the quick service between Cambridge and Stevenage.

Close Tower Gateway and its Docklands Light Railway spur and open a Docklands Light Railway station called Tower Hill integrating with Tower Hill Underground station. This rearranged station also can serve Fenchurch Street British Rail station nearby.

Close the Earls Court to Kensington Olympia occasional branch.

Close the very occasional Overground link to Battersea Park with the Unity line complete to Battersea.

Close the Overground link north east of Crystal Palace, given the connections available.

Close Watford Station with the Metropolitan Line running through to Watford Junction, opening Cassiobridge and Watford High Street stations. (This will happen in reality.)

Connection is made by a spur of the tramline to South Wimbledon, so to link by tram the Cricket line and Tennis line. Crossrail 2 would also link Tooting Broadway (or Balham) and Wimbledon.

Connectivity does not exist practically speaking at Archway and Upper Holloway, West Ruislip and Ickenham (very far apart!), Leytonstone and Leytonstone High Road, nor between Manor Park and Woodrange Park. These suggestions limit walking connections to under 500 yards.

Cricket line is the renamed Northern Line, removing the geographical anomaly of its name and complementing the simplified Tennis line, Rugby Chord and Football Chord. A new set of platforms is built at the end and side of the Modern sidings, and the railway comes across the once car park space to then extend the Cricket line to Sutton. it is not possible, with the Wimbledon station layout, to extend the Tennis line to Modern South, and thus the Cat Chord continues for that section, allowing for quick stops at Wimbledon and reverses at Morden South.

Cricket line passes The Oval, the Football line passes Wembley Stadium, the Rugby Chord goes through Twickenham and the Tennis line goes near the Wimbledon All England Tennis and Croquet Club.

Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction may keep their old names, but under TfL preferred Crossrail 2 plans they would be united with a Crossrail station called Dalston. In which case, why not call it all simply Dalston?

District line Richmond and Ealing Broadway branches provide doubled-up service frequency so far as Barking.

Diversity Chord with its western terminus at Stanwell Moor has a significant turn at Old Oak Common and so provides a more intensive (with Riverlink) service across the Thames route in West London, and then its eastern terminus at West Croydon.

Docklands Light Railway loops from Beckton providing a one line one-way service down the Beckton Corridor to reconnect at Royal Albert. It extends to Barking alongside the eastern/ southern extent of the North Circular road, and then after a reversal continues up that corridor for Ilford and then through converted sidings to travel up a one-time rail link (replacing/ reducing allotments) for Newbury.

Dukes line takes the old Piccadilly between Uxbridge and Acton town, and parallels the District line from and including Chiswick Park, then turning to a terminus at High Street Kensington.

Ealing Broadway ceases to be a Central line terminus after it gains the Elizabeth line. The Diversity Chord uses its tracks beyond. The terminus capacity is taken up by the Fox Chord.

Elizabeth line extends to Dartford, Northfleet for Ebbsfleet International (with a new moving walkway connection) and Gravesend - a route via Paddington to and from Heathrow Terminal 4 and Reading.

Every Stanstead Express stops at Cheshunt and Hackney Downs as well as Tottenham Hale.

Football Chord connects West Ruislip and an extended Mill Hill Broadway via a new station at Brent Cross M1 (sometimes proposed as Brent Cross Thameslink) and at the new Gladstone Park, taking Sudbury Hill Harrow (walking distance from the Piccadilly line) and Wembley Stadium into the London Overground. There is a reversal south of the extended Neasden Junction (renamed) with a halt called Yeats Mayo (access to Yeats Close and Mayo Road).

Forest View Road is a new station on the Bamber Spoke and so is Withy Mead further north.

Gatwick Expresses should also stop at Balham, Selhurst and East Croydon for connectivity, Balham for Heathrow Airport (Diversity Chord) and East Croydon for London Biggin Hill Airport (Tramlink).

Gladstone Park is a shared halt on the Rugby Chord and Football Chord that restores a station once present but now has access to Park Side and the local housing area. There are footpaths to Olive Road and Kendal Road. Some passengers may use this as an exchange rather than Neasden Junction.

Golf Chord connects High Wycombe and Ealing Broadway, paralleling a section of the Central line and passing through Denham Golf Club station. Its name matches the Football Chord and the separated out Underground Tennis line. This Golf Chord gives added frequency of services in to and out of West London but turns west to then use the line to Windsor and Eton Riverside.

Hackney Central and Hackney Downs retain separate identities but a walkway between them effectively makes them one station (from July 2015).

Harlesden station is moved and expanded so as to provide connectivity between Rugby Chord and Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink and the Bakerloo line.

Harringay station is expanded so as to provide connectivity between Thameslink with Cambridge, Citylink also for Cambridge, and the Rugby Chord Overground. This is despite a short hop to Harringay Green Lanes, remaining open due to local convenience.

Heathrow Connect service closes when the stopping service Elizabeth line operates for Heathrow. Heathrow Express was non-stop to Terminals 1, 2 and 3 so now would stop only at Ealing Broadway for connectivity.

Highbury and Islington station forms a terminus for Shardrack Chord and Rugby Chord, whereas the Perrin Chord continues through. Citylink continues through as well. Track layouts mean that Mill Chord does not stop at this station so connections must be made at Canonbury or Drayton Park.

Holloway Road is renamed Holloway, as Holloway is the locality and Holloway Road contains a number of stations.

Kitten Chord is a short route between Staines and Barnes via Kew Bridge with a new station of crossing lines at Chiswick Village.

Lancaster Road is a connecting station on two railway lines that links the Mill Chord to the Oak Chord and the Rugby Chord.

Lea Chord connects Cheshunt and Stratford via Tottenham Hale with a new station (in real life too) at Lea Bridge. This takes away any need for a short Stansted Express connecting service between Tottenham Hale and Stratford. It reduces the argument for a Crossrail 2 in this area.

Lea Parkway is built to facilitate movement between the Bamber Spoke and both the Lea Chord and Brothers Spoke. This would be instead of reopening the Hall Farm Curve as the Brothers Spoke route is more effective.

Lines separated for London Underground are the Unity line (because it operates independently from the Cricket line - and this is true of the Northern line in reality), the Tennis line (to rationalise and simplify the District line) and the Dukes line (named after Barons Court and Earl's Court) so that the Piccadilly line is a single entity without a long unrelated spur from the Heathrow direction and utilises the spare platforms at High Street Kensington.

Loughborough Junction is moved south and changed so that Cat Chord connects with Thameslink.

Maiden Lane is reopened on the Fox Chord and Perrin Chord as a shared halt with walking signs to York Way on the Piccadilly line.

Metropolitan line is restored to Barking with the demise of the Hammersmith and City line. Services run through to Amersham and maintain the same frequency through the whole day. Chesham runs to and from Watford Junction half hourly. Watford Junction runs to and from Neasden Junction. The Uxbridge spur is closed, to become exclusive for the Dukes line (ex-Piccadilly) and West Harrow is relocated. The line to Watford is closed with the extension after Croxley to Watford Junction (as in reality) with stations Cassiobridge and Watford Vicarage Road (replacing long-closed stations Croxley Green, Watford West and Watford Stadium).

Northern Heights railway is reopened as Mill Chord. From Edgware a single line halt is opened east of the A5109 south of Hale Drive. Two new platforms are built south of Marchant Close at Mill Hill Broadway after the double line skirts the northern end of Lyndhurst Park. From the west side of the main line, two lines can rise up and cross the M1 south of Bunns Lane on to old railway land. Construction involves limited demolition, with trees planted elsewhere after single line running east of the A1 between Colenso Drive and Longhurst Avenue to a halt east of Page Street. Thus the whole Chord connects Edgware with Mill Hill Broadway down to Finchley and across to Finsbury Park, and creates the opportunity to turn from Finsbury Park to Canonbury with its terminus at Hackney Central, facilitating eastern area and northern area movements.

Oak Chord connects Gospel Oak and Harringay in parallel with other chords. The terminus at Mitre Way (crosses the line) connects with the Diversity Chord bending around for Old Oak Common, a new station intended for the Elizabeth line/ High Speed 2.

Odhams is a new station in Watford with a close car park and superstore on the enhanced Abbey Line as part of the Shadrack Spoke, the Overground route terminating at London Euston.

Podlink connects both Brent Cross Overground/ Thameslink and Underground stations, through individual instruction pods along guided concrete roads, giving access through the retail park in its various sections, with a one-way clockwise loop near the western end.

Rugby Chord is the new name for North Chord (as used by Sameboat). It extends from Barking Riverside in the east via the new Gladstone Park (near a three way choice of lines) and via the partly new Harlesden via Twickenham with Staines as the terminus.

Putney and East Putney station are connected by a covered travelator and walkway north of the road.

Quaggy Rail is a new junction between the Tramlink extension from near Grove Park and Blackheath terminus with the Juno Spoke and Beck Chord.

Riverlink (rather than a second western Thameslink) connects Milton Keynes and Gatwick Airport, and is faster than Thameslink due to fewer stops.

Shadrack Spoke takes the previous Watford Line London Overground between Watford Junction and Highbury and Islington via Camden Road but, in that its route once went to Euston, it then drops down to St. Pancras. Other BR services connect Euston from stations on the previous Watford Line route.

'Shared halts' can of course be used in the same way as junctions: all the term implies is that junctions are nearby where two lines diverge or join. No other services stop at a shared halt except as illustrated on the diagram. This includes other British Rail services that may share the physical tracks.

Sheepcoat Culvert halt opens below Sheepcoat Lane and Culvert Road on the Unity line further extension in between Battersea and Clapham Junction.

Spiral line London Underground trains start at Hammersmith in a clockwise direction to end at Edgware Road (a spiral), with selected and rush hour extensions to Aldgate (a spiral then a circle), and start at Edgware Road (to be a spiral), or selected and rush hour extensions from Aldgate (to be a circle and then a spiral), to end at Hammersmith anti-clockwise.

Spokes are London Overground routes that terminate near the centre of London, and do not 'orbit' like Chords. Shadrack and Bamber, Sisters and Brothers, and Elephant routes are Spokes.

Streatham Junction is a new connecting station whilst nearby Streatham itself remains open.

Take away the Hammersmith and City line once the Elizabeth line is available and have the Spiral line (once the Circle line) like a spiral. Extend the Metropolitan line back to Barking in the east.

Termini line forms not quite an inner circle line, from Kings Cross St. Pancras west to Paddington, then a largely new line under mainly parkland between Paddington to Victoria (covering a route above that can be walked between Paddington and Lancaster Gate), and then via London Bridge to Fenchurch Street and Liverpool Street, most of the route made up of many new links between existing lines.

Thamesview is a station for Thamesmead on the Sheep Chord and Beck Chord south of the Barking Riverside tunnel. There might be tram / DLR development to get into Thamesmead more centrally. There is access into local housing and the industrial area and the golf course.

Thameslink services connect Guildford and Luton Airport Parkway with Bedford via Loughborough Junction; Brighton with Gatwick Airport connects to Cambridge via Stevenage via New Cross Gate. All routes converge via Blackfriars and Kings Cross St Pancras International.

Tramlink is extended from New Addington in continuation through similar urban green spaces and the edges of green spaces and roads to the schools at the southern end of the urban space and then across the rural slopes to reach the Biggin Hill settlement, touching northern housing, in line with London Biggin Hill Airport and turning to follow the main thoroughfare, past the nearby RAF Chapel of Remembrance and terminating on land of the Biggin Hill Business Park, facilitating car parking and bus traffic and walking to nearby residential housing. Biggin Hill is further connected northwards to Bromley, itself connected to a new station called Quaggy Rail and on to Blackheath.

Tufnell Park has a second station on the Rugby Chord 150 yards from the Cricket line Station across two road crossings and down Dartmouth Park Hill with new access to the right.

Tulse Hill remains open but supported by new stations at Leigham Vale and Tulse Corner, with a walkway between the latter two. The Victoria line terminates at Tulse Hill, making use of platform capacity, and the Beck Chord starts there and halts at Tulse Corner.

Walkways between externally connected stations are always signed, sometimes covered in part or whole and sometimes have part travelators (moving walkways). These walkways may include Pelican or Toucan crossings and subways. Cycles share most walking routes especially along separated paths and ways; otherwise they must be walked.

West Acton is closed with the loss of the Central line branch (Ealing Broadway) but is moved to the Diversity Chord nearby. This does mean it is no longer a short walk along the road from North Ealing on the Dukes line (formerly Piccadilly line).

West Harrow is relocated north of the allotments near to the old station with the closure of the Metropolitan line spur to Uxbridge. The Buslink between Rayners Lane and North Harrow provides lost connectivity.

Wolf Chord is the Dog Chord's connection with the Hayes route. Its terminus at Juno Halts is a simple reversal station that connects with the line below (about 50 yards) going between Whitechapel and West Croydon. New Cross further south connects with BR services to London Bridge and Cannon Street.

Yeats Mayo is a one platform two line relaid tracks with footbridge off the curve allowing driver swaps and a train halt with reversal on the Football Chord. Access is given to Yeats Close (two ways), Mayo Road (at its cul-de-sac) and by footpath over to Wharton Close. Rugby Chord trains are unaffected - there are rail points - and connections are made at nearby Neasden Junction.

York Way is a reopened York Road on the Piccadilly line serving the new Kings Cross development. It is also connected by walking with the also reopened Maiden Lane shared halt on the Fox Chord and Perrin Chord.

LONDON OVERGROUND
SPOKES, CHORDS


FOX CHORD
Ealing Broadway (Diversity Chord, Heathrow Express, Elizabeth line, District line); Acton Main Line (Elizabeth line); Acton Old Oak (Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord); Willesden Junction (Perrin Chord, Oak Chord, Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, Bakerloo line); Kensal Green (shared halt); Queen’s Park (Shadrack Spoke, Bakerloo line); Kilburn High Road (Shared Halt); South Hampstead (400 yards to Swiss Cottage: Jubilee line); Primrose Hill (150 yards to Chalk Farm, Unity line); Camden Road (Perrin Chord, Shadrack Spoke); Maiden lane (Perrin Chord, 400 yards to York Way: Piccadilly line); The Cally (shared halt); Highbury & Islington (Perrin Chord, Citylink, Victoria line); Canonbury (Mill Chord, Perrin Chord); Dalston Junction (300 yards to Dalston Kingsland: Mill Chord, Perrin Chord [Crossrail 2 new route Dalston, Mill Chord, Perrin Chord); Haggerston; Hoxton; Shoreditch High Street; Whitechapel (Dog Chord, Elizabeth line, Metropolitan line, District line); Shadwell (Dog Chord, Brothers Spoke, Docklands Light Railway); Wapping (shared halt); Rotherhithe (shared halt); Canada Water (Dog Chord, Jubilee line); Surrey Quays (shared halt); The Den (Thameslink, 300 yards to Juno Halts: Juno Spoke, Wolf Chord, Dog Chord); New Bermondsey; Queens Road Peckham (BR, Bus Shuttle to Gervaise Street, Bakerloo line, Bus Shuttle to New Cross Gate: BR, Dog Chord, Thameslink - south east); Peckham Rye (Sheep Chord, Goat Chord, Cat Chord).

FOOTBALL CHORD
West Ruislip (Golf Chord, Central line, Dukes line); Ruislip Gardens [shared halt]; South Ruislip (BR, Golf Chord, Central line); Northolt Park; Sudbury Hill Harrow (Long Commute, 300 yds Sudbury Hill: Piccadilly line); Sudbury & Harrow Road; St. John's Road (400 yards to Wembley Central: Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, Bakerloo line [new terminus]); Wembley Stadium (BR, Long Commute); Yeats Mayo [reversal pause]; Neasden Junction [newly extended station] (Rugby Chord, Jubiliee line, Metropolitan line); Gladstone Park [new station] (shared halt); Brent Cross M1 [aka Brent Cross Thameslink] (Long Commute, Thameslink - north western, Podlink for Brent Cross shopping and Brent Cross: Unity line); Hendon (shared halt); Mill Hill Broadway [partly new station] (BR, Long Commute, Mill Chord, Thameslink - north western).

GOLF CHORD
High Wycombe (BR, Long Commute); Beaconsfield (BR, Long Commute); Seer Green and Jordans; Gerards Cross (BR, Long Commute); Denham Golf Club; Denham; West Ruislip (BR, Long Commute, Football Chord, Central line, Dukes line); Ruislip Gardens (Shared halt); South Ruislip (BR, Football Chord, Central line); Northolt (Shared halt); Greenford (BR, Central line); South Greenford; Castle Bar Park; Dayton Green; Hanwell (Diversity Chord, Elizabeth line); Southall (shared halt); Hayes and Harlington (Diversity Chord, Elizabeth line); West Drayton (Diversity Chord, Elizabeth line, Buslink West); Iver (Shared halt); Langley (Shared halt); Slough (BR, Elizabeth line); Windsor and Eton Riverside.

RUGBY CHORD
Windsor & Eton Central; Datchet; Sunnymeads; Wraysbury; Staines (Long Commute); Ashford (Long Commute); Feltham (Long Commute, Buslink South West); Whitton; Twickenham (Long Commute, Perrin Chord); St Margarets (shared halt); Richmond (Long Commute, Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord, District line); Kew Gardens (Shared halt); Gunnersbury (Perrin Chord, District line); South Acton (shared halt); Acton Central (shared halt); Acton Old Oak [new station] (Fox Chord, Perrin Chord) (300 yards to North Acton: Diversity Chord, Central line; 400 yards travelator to Old Oak Common: BR, Elizabeth line, Diversity Chord); Harlesden [partly new station] (Riverlink, Shadrack Spoke, Bakerloo line); Neasden Junction [partly new station] (Football Chord, Jubilee line, Metropolitan line); Gladstone Park [new station] (shared halt); Cricklewood; West Hampstead [aka West Hampstead Thameslink] (Thameslink north -western, Oak Chord, Perrin Chord) (100 yards to West Hampstead: Jubilee line); Tufnell Park [New station] (Oak Chord) (150 yards to Tufnell Park: Cricket line); Upper Holloway (shared halt); Crouch Hill (shared halt); Lancaster Road (Oak Chord, Mill Chord); Harringay (BR, Long Commute, Citylink, Thameslink); Harringay Green Lanes; South Tottenham (Brothers Spoke) (200 yards to Seven Sisters: Sisters Spoke, Victoria line); Blackhorse Road (Victoria line); Walthamstow Queen's Road (200 yards Walthamstow Central: Victoria line); Leyton Midland Road; Leytonstone High Road; Wanstead Park (300 yards Forest Gate: Elizabeth line, Perrin Chord); Woodrange Park (Perrin Chord); Barking (Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Perrin Chord, Docklands Light Railway, District line, Metropolitan line); Barking Riverside (Beck Chord, Sheep Chord).

Fox Chord
Camden Road (Shadrack Spoke, Perrin Chord); Maiden Lane ([new station] shared halt, 400 yards to York Way: Piccadilly line); The Cally (shared halt); Highbury & Islington (Perrin Chord, Citylink, Victoria line); Canonbury (Mill Chord, Perrin Chord); Dalston Junction (300 yards to Dalston Kingsland: Mill Chord, Perrin Chord [TfL preferred Crossrail at united Dalston connecting station]); Haggerston; Hoxton; Shoreditch High Street; Whitechapel (Dog Chord, Elizabeth line, Metropolitan line, District line); Shadwell [Extended] (Brothers Spoke, Dog Chord, Docklands Light Railway); Wapping (shared halt); Rotherhithe (shared halt); Canada Water (Dog Chord, Jubilee line); Surrey Quays (shared halt); The Den [new station] (Thameslink - south eastern) (300 yards dedicated walkway to Juno Halts: Dog Chord, Wolf Chord, Juno Spoke); New Bermondsey [new station]; Queens Road Peckham (Long Commute for South Bermondsey and London Bridge); Peckham Rye (BR, Long Commute, Cat Chord, Sheep Chord, Goat Chord).

CAT CHORD
Richmond (Long Commute, Park Chord, Perrin Chord, District line); North Sheen; Mortlake; Barnes (Long Commute); Putney (Long Commute, Shuttle Bus to East Putney: Tennis line, Shuttle Bus to Putney Pier: Thames Boat); Clapham Junction (BR, Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Riverlink, Unity line); Wandsworth Road; Clapham High Street (100 yards Clapham North: Cricket line); Brixton [new station] (50 yards: Victoria line); Loughborough Junction [resited station] (BR, Thameslink - south western, Bakerloo line); Denmark Hill (shared halt); Peckham Rye (BR, Long Commute, Fox Chord, Sheep Chord, Goat Chord); Nunhead [shared halt]; Crofton Park; Catford (50 yards to Catford Bridge: Wolf Chord); Bellingham; Beckenham Hill; Ravensbourne; Shortlands (Long Commute, Beck Chord, Tramlink); Bromley South (Long Commute, Beck Chord, 100 yards Tramlink); Bickley (Long Commute, Beck Chord); Petts Wood (Long Commute); Orpington (BR, Long Commute).

KITTEN CHORD
Staines (Long Commute, Rugby Chord); Ashford (Long Commute, Rugby Chord); Feltham (Long Commute, Rugby Chord; Buslink South West); Hounslow; Isleworth; Syon Lane; Brentford; Kew Bridge; Chiswick Village [new station] (Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord, District line); Chiswick; Barnes Bridge; Barnes (Cat Chord).

OAK CHORD
Alexandra Palace (Long Commute, Citylink, Thameslink - north eastern, [Crossrail]); Hornsey (shared halt); Lancaster Road [new station] (Mill Chord, Rugby Chord); Crouch Hill (shared halt); Upper Holloway (shared halt); Tufnell Park [new station] (Rugby Chord, 150 yards to Tufnell Park Cricket line); Gospel Oak (Perrin Chord); Hampstead Heath (shared halt); Finchley Road & Frognall (shared halt); West Hampstead (Perrin Chord; walk out and in to Thameslink - north western, Rugby Chord, 100 yards to Jubilee line); Brondesbury (shared halt, 350 yards to Kilburn Jubilee line); Brondesbury Park (shared halt); Kensal Rise (shared halt); Willesden Junction (Perrin Chord, Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, Bakerloo line); Salter Street; Mitre Way (Diversity Chord, Riverlink). DIVERSITY CHORD
Stanwell Moor [new station]; Poyle [new station]; West Drayton (Golf Chord, Elizabeth line, Buslink West); Hayes and Harlington (Golf Chord, Elizabeth line); Southall (shared halt); Hanwell (Golf Chord, Elizabeth line); West Ealing (shared halt); Ealing Broadway (BR, Fox Chord, District line, Elizabeth line, Heathrow Express); West Acton; North Acton (Central line); Old Oak Common [new station] (BR, Elizabeth line, 250 yards to Acton Old Oak: Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord, Fox Chord); Mitre Way [new station] (Oak Chord; Riverlink); Oxford Gardens [new station] (shared halt); Bard Road [new station] (Riverlink, Spiral line); Shepherds Bush (Riverlink, Central line); Kensington Olympia (shared halt); West Brompton (Riverlink, Tennis line); Imperial Wharf (shared halt, Boat); Clapham Junction (BR, Long Commute, Cat Chord, Riverlink, Unity line); Wandsworth Common (shared halt); Balham (BR, Long Commute, Riverlink, Gatwick Express, Cricket line); Streatham Junction [new station] (Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Thameslink - south western); Norbury; Thornton; Selhurst (Gatwick Express); West Croydon (Long Commute, Dog Chord, Tramlink).

EMERSON CHORD
Romford (BR, Long Commute for Liverpool Street, Elizabeth line); Emerson Park; Upminster (Long Commute, District line).

PERRIN CHORD
Wimbledon (BR, Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Diversity Chord, Tennis line, Tramlink, [Crossrail]); Raynes Park (Long Commute, [Crossrail]); New Malden (Long Commute, [Crossrail]); Norbiton (Long Commute); Kingston (Long Commute, Buslink South West); Hampton Wick (Long Commute, Buslink South West); Teddington (Long Commute); Strawberry Hill; Twickenham (Long Commute, Rugby Chord); St Margarets (shared halt); Richmond (Long Commute, Rugby Chord, Cat Chord, District line); Kew Gardens (shared halt); Gunnersbury (Rugby Chord, District line); South Acton (shared halt); Acton Central (shared halt); Acton Old Oak (Rugby Chord, Fox Chord, 300 yards to North Acton: Diversity Chord, Central line, 400 yards travelator to Old Oak Common: BR, Diversity Chord, Elizabeth line); Willesden Junction (Fox Chord, Oak Chord, Riverlink, Shadrack Spoke, Bakerloo line); Kensal Rise (shared halt); Brondesbury Park (shared halt); Brondesbury (Oak Chord, 350 yards to Kilburn Jubilee line); West Hampstead (Oak Chord; walk out and in to Thameslink - north western, Rugby Chord, 100 yards to Jubilee line); Finchley Road & Frognall (shared halt); Hampstead Heath (shared halt); Gospel Oak (Oak Chord); Kentish Town West; Camden Road (Fox Chord, Shadrack Spoke, 350 yards to Camden Town: Cricket line); Maiden Lane (400 yards to York Way: Piccadilly line); The Cally (shared halt); Highbury & Islington (Fox Chord, Shadrack Spoke, Citylink, Victoria line); Canonbury (Mill Chord, Fox Chord); Dalston Kingsland (shared halt, 300 yards to Dalston Junction [TfL preferred Crossrail at united Dalston connecting station]); Hackney Central (Mill Chord, [Crossrail suggestion]; walkway to Hackney Downs: Stansted Express, Bamber Spoke; Sisters Spoke); Homerton; Hackney Wick; Stratford (BR, Long Commute, Elizabeth line, Docklands Light Railway, Lee Chord, Brothers Spoke, Jubilee line, Central line); Maryland (shared halt); Forest Gate (Elizabeth line, 300 yards to Wanstead Park: Rugby Chord); Woodrange Park (Rugby Chord); Barking (Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Rugby Chord, Docklands Light Railway, Metropolitan line, District line); Dagenham Dock (Long Commute); Rainford (Long Commute).

BECK CHORD
Tulse Hill (Sheep Chord, Thameslink - south western, Victoria line); Tulse Corner (Riverlink); West Norwood (shared halt); Gypsy Hill (shared halt); Crystal Palace (Riverlink); Norwood Lake [new station] (Dog Chord, Riverlink, Thameslink - south eastern); Birbeck (Tramlink); Avenue Road (shared halt); Beckenham Road (Long Commute, Tramlink, 200 yards to Kent House: Elephant Spoke; 200 yards to Clock House: Wolf Chord); Beckenham Junction (Long Commute, Elephant Spoke; Tramlink); Shortlands (Long Commute, Elephant Spoke, Cat Chord, Tramlink); Bromley South (Long Commute, Elephant Spoke, Cat Chord, 100 yards Tramlink); Bickley; (Long Commute, Elephant Spoke, Cat Chord); [new link line] Chislehurst (Long Commute); Elmstead Woods; Grove Park (Long Commute, Tramlink); Lee (Long Commute; Juno Spoke); Mottingham (shared halt); New Eltham (shared halt); Sidcup (Long Commute; Juno Spoke); Albany Park (shared halt); Bexley (Long Commute; Juno Spoke); Crayford (Long Commute; Juno Spoke); Slade Green (Long Commute, Elizabeth line); Erith; Belvedere; Abbey Wood (Long Commute, Elizabeth line); Thamesview (shared halt); Barking Riverside (Sheep Chord, Rugby Chord).

ELEPHANT SPOKE
Elephant & Castle (Thameslink - south western, Bakerloo line, Cricket line); Fielding Street (shared halt); Camberwell (shared halt); Loughborough Junction (Cat Chord, ); Herne Hill (Thameslink - south western, Victora line); West Dulwich; Sydenham Hill; Penge East; Kent House (200 yards to Beckenham Road: Beck Chord, Tramlink, 400 yards to Clock House: Wolf Chord); Beckenham Junction (Long Commute, Beck Chord, Tramlink); Shortlands (Long Commute, Beck Chord, Cat Chord, Tramlink); Bromley South (Long Commute, Beck Chord, Cat Chord, 100 yards Tramlink); Bickley (Long Commute, Beck Chord, Cat Chord); St Mary Cray (Long Commute); Swanley (Long Commute).

DOG CHORD
Epsom Downs; Banstead; Belmont; Sutton (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink - south western, Cricket line); Carshalton Beeches; Wallington; Waddon; West Croydon (Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Tramlink); Norwood Junction (Long Commute, Thameslink - south eastern, Riverlink); Norwood Lake [new station] (Thameslink - south eastern, Riverlink, Beck Chord); Anerley (shared halt); Penge West (shared halt); Sydenham (shared halt); Forest Hill (shared halt); Honor Oak Park (shared halt); Brockley (Goat Chord, Sheep Chord, Thameslink - south eastern); New Cross Gate (BR, Thameslink - south eastern, Bakerloo line, Bus Shuttle to Queens Road Peckham: Fox Chord, Bus Shuttle to New Cross: Juno Spoke, Wolf Chord); Juno Halts [new station] (50 yards to Wolf Chord and Juno Spoke, 300 yards dedicated walkway to The Den: Thameslink - south eastern); Surrey Quays (shared halt); Canada Water (Fox Chord, Jubilee line); Rotherhithe (shared halt); Wapping (shared halt); Shadwell (Fox Chord, DLR, Brothers Spoke); Whitechapel (Fox Chord, Elizabeth line, Metropolitan line, District line).

WOLF CHORD
Hayes (Tramlink), West Wickham; Eden Park; Elmers End (Tramlink); Clockhouse (250 yards to Beckenham Road: Beck Chord, Tramlink); New Beckenham; Lower Sydenham; Catford Bridge (50 yards to Catford: Cat Chord); Ladywell; Lewisham [for Thames Crossing, Isle of Dogs] (Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Goat Chord, Docklands Light Railway, Bakerloo line); St. Johns (June Spoke, Bakerloo line); New Cross (shared halt, Bus Shuttle to New Cross Gate: Dog Chord, Thameslink - south east, Bus Shuttle to Greenwich: Docklands Light Railway); Juno Halts [new station] (Terminus with 50 yards to Dog Chord, 300 yards dedicated walkway to The Den: Thameslink- south eastern).

SHEEP CHORD
Morden South [newly extended station] (Cricket line); South Merton; Wimbledon Chase; Wimbledon (BR, Long Commute, Perrin Chord, Tramlink, Tennis line, [Crossrail]); Haydons Road; Tooting; Streatham Junction [new station] (Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Thameslink - south western); Streatham (shared halt); Leigham Vale (150 yards to Tulse Corner: Riverlink, Beck Chord); Tulse Hill (Long Commute, Beck Chord, Thameslink - south western, Victoria line); North Dulwich; East Dulwich; Peckham Rye (BR, Long Commute for London Bridge, Long Commute, Cat Chord, Fox Chord, Goat Chord); Nunhead (shared halt); Brockley [Extended station] (Dog Chord, Goat Chord, Thameslink - south eastern); Lewisham (Long Commute, Wolf Chord, Goat Chord, Bakerloo line, Docklands Light Railway); Blackheath (Goat Chord, Tramlink); Charlton (Long Commute); Woolwich Dockyard (Long Commute); Woolwich Arsenal (Long Commute); Plumstead (Long Commute); Thamesview (shared halt), Barking Riverside (Beck Chord, Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord); Barking (Long Commute, Perrin Chord, Rugby Chord, Docklands Light Railway, District line, Metropolitan line).

GOAT CHORD
Peckham Rye (BR, Long Commute for London Bridge, Long Commute, Cat Chord, Fox Chord, Sheep Chord); Nunhead (shared halt); Brockley [extended station] (Dog Chord, Sheep Chord, Thameslink - south eastern); Lewisham (Long Commute, Wolf Chord, Sheep Chord, Bakerloo line, Docklands Light Railway); Blackheath (Sheep Chord, Tramlink); Kidbrooke (Tramlink); Eltham; Falconwood; Welling; Bexleyheath; Barnehurst; Dartford (Long Commute; Juno Spoke; Elizabeth line).

SHADRACK SPOKE
St. Albans Abbey; Abbots [New station]; Park Street; How Wood; Bricket Wood; Garston; Odhams [New station]; Watford North; Watford Junction (BR, Long Commute, Riverlink, Metropolitan line, Chess line); Watford High Street (Metropolitan line, Chess line); Bushey (Long Commute, Riverlink); Carpenders Park; Hatch End; Headstone Lane; Harrow and Wealdstone (Riverlink, Buslink North West); Kenton (Bus Shuttle to Northwick Park: Metropolitan line); South Kenton; North Wembley; Wembley Central (BR, Long Commute, Riverlink, Bakerloo line [new terminus], 400 yards to [new station] St. John's Road: Football Chord); Stonebridge Park (shared halt); Harlesden [partly new station] (Rugby Chord, Riverlink, Bakerloo line); Willesden Junction (Fox Cord, Perrin Chord, Oak Chord, Riverlink, Bakerloo line); Kensall Green (shared halt); Queen's Park (Fox Cord, Bakerloo line); Kilburn High Road (shared halt); South Hampstead (shared halt) (400 yards to Swiss Cottage: Jubilee line); Primrose Hill [new station] (shared halt) (150 yards to Chalk Farm, Unity line); Camden Road [newly extended] (Fox Chord, Perrin Chord, 350 yards to Camden Town: Cricket line, Unity line); St. Pancras (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink - unified, with walking links to Kings Cross: BR, Long Commute, Cricket line, Metropolitan line, Spiral line, Piccadilly Line, Termini line, [Crossrail, with further links to Euston]).

JUNO SPOKE
Dartford (Long Commute, Goat Chord, Elizabeth line); Crayford (Long Commute; Beck Chord); Bexley (Long Commute; Beck Chord); Albany Park; Sidcup (Long Commute; Beck Chord); New Eltham; Mottingham; Lee (Long Commute; Beck Chord); Hither Green (Long Commute); St. Johns (Wolf Chord, Bakerloo line); New Cross (shared halt, Bus Shuttle to New Cross Gate: Dog Chord, Thameslink - south east, Bus Shuttle to Greenwich: Docklands Light Railway); Juno Halts (50 yards to Dog Chord, a further 300 yards to The Den: Fox Chord, Thameslink - south eastern); London Bridge (BR, Thameslink - south eastern, Jubilee line, Cricket line, Termini line).

BAMBER SPOKE
Chingford; Chingford Hatch [new station]; Highams Park; Forest Road [new station]; Wood Street; Walthamstow Central (200 yards to Walthamstow Queen's Road: Victoria line); St. James Street; Lea Pathway [new station] (Brothers Spoke, Lea Chord); Clapton; Hackney Downs (Long Commute, Sisters Spoke, Stansted Express, walkway to Hackney Central: Perrin Chord, Mill Chord, [Crossrail suggestion]); London Fields (shared halt); Cambridge Heath (shared halt); Bethnal Green (shared halt); Liverpool Street (BR, Long Commute, Sisters Spoke, Stansted Express, Metropolitan line, Spiral line, Central line, Termini line, connects to Moorgate: Elizabeth line and further 200 yards to Moorgate: Cricket line, Citylink, Metropolitan line, Spiral line).

SISTERS SPOKE
Cheshunt (BR, Long Commute, Lea Chord, Stansted Express); Theobalds Grove; Turkey Street; Southbury (Buslink North); Edmonton Green (Brothers Spoke); Silver Street (shared halt), White Hart Lane (shared halt), Bruce Grove (shared halt); Seven Sisters (Brothers Spoke, Victoria line); Stamford Hill; Stoke Newington; Rectory Road; Hackney Downs (Bamber Spoke, Stansted Express, walkway to Hackney Central: Perrin Chord, Mill Chord, [Crossrail suggestion]); London Fields (shared halt); Cambridge Heath (shared halt); Bethnal Green (shared halt); Liverpool Street (BR, Long Commute, Bamber Spoke, Stansted Express, Spiral line, Metropolitan line, Central line, Termini line, connects to Moorgate: Elizabeth line and walk to Moorgate: Cricket line).

BROTHERS SPOKE
Enfield (Buslink North); Bush Hill Park; Edmonton Green (Sisters Spoke); Silver Street (shared halt), White Hart Lane (shared halt), Bruce Grove (shared halt); Seven Sisters (Sisters Spoke, [Crossrail], Victoria line); South Tottenham (Rugby Chord); Lea Pathway [new station] (Lea Chord, Bamber Spoke); Lea Bridge [new station] (shared halt); Stratford (BR, Long Commute; Lea Chord; Perrin Chord, Elizabeth line, Central line, Docklands Light Railway); Caxton Grove [new halt]; Bow [new halt] (150 yards to Bow Church: Docklands Light Railway, 100 yards to Bow Road: District line, Metropolitan line); Limehouse (Long Commute, Docklands Light Railway); Shadwell [new where extended station] (Docklands Light Railway); Fenchurch Street (BR, Long Commute, Termini line, 200 yards to Tower Hill: District line, Spiral line, walk to Boat).

LEA CHORD
Cheshunt (BR, Long Commute); Waltham Cross; Enfield Lock; Brimsdown; Ponders End (Buslink North); Angel Road (Long Commute, Victoria line); Northumberland Park (shared halts); Tottenham Hale (BR, Long Commute, Stansted Express); Lea Pathway [new station] (Brothers Spoke, Bamber Spoke); Lea Bridge [new station] (shared halt); Stratford (BR, Long Commute; Lea Chord; Perrin Chord, Elizabeth line, Central line, Docklands Light Railway); MILL CHORD
Edgware (Unity line); Deans Lane; Mill Hill Broadway [new platforms in an extension] (BR, Long Commute, Football Chord, Thameslink - north western); Page Street; Devonshire Road; Mill Hill East; Finchley Central (Cricket line); East Finchley (shared halts); Highgate (Cricket line); Crouch End Hill; Lancaster Road (Oak Chord, Rugby Chord); Finsbury Park (BR, Long Commute, Citylink, Thameslink - north eastern, Piccadilly line, Victoria line); Drayton Park (Citylink); Canonbury (Perrin Chord, Fox Chord); Dalston Kingsland (Perrin Chord, 300 yards to Dalston Junction: Fox Chord [TfL preferred Crossrail at united Dalston connecting station]); Hackney Central (Perrin Chord, [Crossrail suggestion], walkway to Hackney Downs: Long Commute, Sisters Spoke, Bamber Spoke, Stansted Express).

LONDON METRO
(EXCEPT LONG COMMUTES)


ELIZABETH LINE
[south west] Heathrow Terminal 4 (Piccadilly line loop, Bus Link South West extension); Heathrow Terminals 1 2 3 (Piccadilly line, Heathrow Express, Buslink South West); [west] Reading (BR); Twyford; Maidenhead (BR); Taplow; Burnham; Slough (BR, Golf Chord); Langley (Shared halt); Iver (Shared halt); West Drayton (Diversity Chord, Golf Chord, Buslink West); [centre] Hayes and Harlington (Golf Chord, Diversity Chord); Southall (shared halt); Hanwell (Diversity Chord, Golf Chord), West Ealing (Shared halt); Ealing Broadway (BR, Diversity Chord, Fox Chord, Heathrow Express, District line); Acton Main Line (Fox Chord); Old Oak Common [new station] (BR, Diversity Chord); Paddington (BR, Heathrow Express, Bakerloo line, Tennis line, Spiral line, Termini line, platforms ends to Paddington: Spiral line - spiral arm); Bond Street (Spiral line, Jubilee line); Tottenham Court Road (Unity line, Central line, [Crossrail]); Farringdon (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink - unified, Metropolitan line, Spiral line); Moorgate (200 yards to Moorgate: Citylink, Cricket line, Spiral line, Metropolitan line; connection to Liverpool Street: Stansted Express, Bamber Spoke, Sisters Spoke, Spiral line, Metropolitan line, Central line, Termini line); Whitechapel (Dog Chord, Rugby Chord, Metropolitan line, District line); [north east] Stratford (BR, Long Commute, Perrin Chord, Brothers Spoke, Central line, Docklands Light Railway); Maryland (Shared halt); Forest Gate (Perrin Chord, 300 yards to Wanstead Park: Rugby Chord); Manor Park; Ilford (Docklands Light Railway); Seven Kings; Goodmayes; Chadwell Heath; Romford (BR, Long Commute, Emerson Chord); Gidea Park; Harold Wood; Brentwood; Shenfield (BR, Long Commute); [south east] Canary Wharf (BR, Long Commute, Docklands Light Railway, Jubilee line); Custom House for ExCel (Docklands Light Railway); Woolwich (200 yards to Woolwich Arsenal: Long Commute, Beck Chord, DLR); Abbey Wood (Long Commute, Beck Chord); Dartford (Long Commute, Goat Chord, Juno Spoke); Northfleet for Ebbsfleet International (BR, Long Commute).

CROSSRAIL 2
[west] Hampton Court; Thames Ditton; Surbiton (BR, Long Commute); Berrylands (BR, Long Commute); New Malden (BR, Long Commute); [south] Chessington South; Chessington North; Tolworth; Malden Manor; Motspur Park (BR, Long Commute); Raynes Park (Long Commute); Wimbledon (BR, Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Perrin Chord, Tramlink, Tennis line); Tooting Broadway (Cricket line) or [official preference] Balham (BR, Cricket line, Diversity Chord, Riverlink, Gatwick Express); Clapham Junction (BR, Long Commute, Cat Chord, Diversity Chord, Riverlink, Unity line); King's Road Chelsea; Victoria (BR, Long Commute, Gatwick Express, Spiral line, District line, Victoria line, Termini line); Tottenham Court Road (BR, Long Commute, Elizabeth line, Central line, Unity line); Euston St Pancras King’s Cross (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink - unified, Unity line, Victoria line, Cricket line, Piccadilly line, Metropolitan line, Spiral line, Termini line); Angel (Cricket line); Hackney Central (Perrin Chord, Mill Chord, walkway to Hackney Downs: BR, Long Commute, Sisters Spoke, Bamber Spoke, Stansted Express) or [official preference] Dalston [renamed combined station] (Perrin Chord, Mill Chord, Fox Chord); Seven Sisters (BR, Long Commute, Brothers Spoke, Sisters Spoke, Victoria line); [Option a, retained suggestion] Turnpike Lane (Piccadilly line); Alexandra Palace (Long Commute, Citylink, Thameslink - north eastern); [Option b, TfL preferred] [north] Wood Green (Piccadilly line); [All] New Southgate (Long Commute, Citylink) [east branch] Hackney Central.

RIVERLINK
Milton Keynes Central (BR, Long Commute); Bletchley (BR, Long Commute); Leighton Buzzard (Long Commute); Cheddington (Long Commute); Tring; Berkhamsted Castle; Hemel Hempstead (BR, Long Commute); Apsley; Kings Langley; Watford Junction (BR, Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke, Metropolitan line); Watford High Street (Shadrack Spoke, Metropolitan line); Bushey (Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke); Harrow & Wealdstone (Shadrack Spoke); Wembley Central (BR, Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke, Bakerloo line [new terminus], 400 yards to [new station] St. John's Road: Football Chord ); Harlesden [partly new station] (Rugby Chord, Shadrack Spoke, Bakerloo line); Willesden Junction (Fox Chord, Perrin Chord, Oak Chord, Shadrack Spoke, Bakerloo line); Mitre Way [new station] (Diversity Chord); (Oxford Gardens [new station] (shared halt); Shepherd's Bush (Diversity Chord, Spiral line); Kensington Olympia (Diversity Chord); West Brompton (Diversity Chord, Tennis line); Imperial Wharf (shared halt, Boat); Clapham Junction (BR, Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Cat Chord, Unity line); Wandsworth Common (shared halt); Balham (BR, Long Commute, Gatwick Express, Diversity Chord, Cricket line); Streatham Hill; Tulse Corner (Beck Chord, 150 yards to Leigham Vale: Sheep Chord, Thameslink - south western; West Norwood (shared halt); Gipsy Hill (shared halt); Crystal Palace (Beck Chord); Norwood Lake (Beck Chord, Dog Chord, Thameslink - south eastern); Norwood Junction (Long Commute, Dog Chord, Thameslink - south eastern); East Croydon (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink - south eastern, Tramlink); South Croydon (shared halt); Purley Oaks (shared halt); Purley (shared halt); Coulsdon South (shared halt); Redhill (BR, Thameslink - south eastern); Gatwick Airport (BR, Thameslink - south eastern, Gatwick Express).

THAMESLINK
[north western] Bedford (BR, Long Commute); Luton (BR, Long Commute); Luton Airport Parkway (BR, Long Commute); St Albans City (BR, Long Commute); Radlett; Elstree & Borehamwood; Mill Hill Broadway [partly new station] (Mill Chord, Football Chord); Hendon (shared halt); BR, Long Commute; Brent Cross M1 (BR, Long Commute, Football Chord, Rugby Chord, Podlink); West Hampstead (BR, Long Commute); Kentish Town (BR, Long Commute); [north eastern] Cambridge (BR, Long Commute, Citylink); Foxton; Shepreth; Meldreth; Royston; Ashwell & Morden; Baldock; Letchworth Garden City (Citylink); Hitchin (BR, Long Commute, Citylink); Stevenage (BR, Long Commute, Citylink); Knebworth (BR, Long Commute); Welwyn North (Long Commute); Welwyn Garden City (BR, Long Commute); Hatfield (BR, Long Commute); Welham Green; Brookmans Park; Potters Bar (Long Commute); Hadley Wood; New Barnet (Buslink North); Oakleigh Park; New Southgate ([Crossrail]); Alexandra Palace (Long Commute, Oak Chord, Citylink, [Crossrail]); Hornsey (shared halt); Harringay (Rugby Chord, Citylink); Finsbury Park (BR, Long Commute, Citylink, Piccadilly line, Victoria line) [central] St Pancras (BR, Long Commute, unified with Kings Cross: Cricket line, Spiral line, Metropolitan line, Piccadilly line, Termini line); Farringdon (BR, Long Commute); City Thameslink (BR, Long Commute); Blackfriars (BR, Long Commute); [south western] Elephant & Castle (BR, Long Commute); Fielding Street [new station]; Camberwell [new station]; Loughborough Junction (BR, Long Commute); Herne Hill (BR, Long Commute); Tulse Hill (BR, Long Commute, Cat Chord); Streatham (BR, Long Commute); Mitcham Eastfields; Mitcham Junction (Long Commute); Hackbridge, Carshalton; Sutton (BR, Long Commute); Cheam; Ewell East; Epsom (BR, Long Commute); Leatherhead (BR, Long Commute); Horsley (BR, Long Commute); London Road (Guildford) (BR, Long Commute); Guildford. [south eastern] London Bridge (BR, Long Commute, Jubilee line, Cricket line); The Den [new station] (Fox Chord, 300 yards dedicated walkway to Juno Halts: Dog Chord, and 50 yards more to Wolf Chord and Juno Spoke); New Cross Gate (BR, Dog Chord, Bus Shuttle to Queens Road Peckham: Fox Chord, Bus Shuttle to New Cross: Juno Spoke, Wolf Chord); Brockley (shared halt); Forest Hill (shared halt); Sydenham (shared halt); Penge West (shared halt); Annerley (shared halt); Norwood Lake [new station] (Beck Chord, Dog Chord); Norwood Junction (Long Commute, Dog Chord, Riverlink); East Croydon (BR, Long Commute, Gatwick Express, Riverlink, Tramlink); South Croydon (shared halt); Purley Oaks (shared halt); Purley (shared halt); Coulsdon South (shared halt); Merstham; Redhill (BR, Riverlink); Earlswood; Salford; Horley; Gatwick Airport (BR, Gatwick Express, Riverlink); Three Bridges (BR); Balcombe; Haywards Heath (BR); Wivelsfield; Burgess Hill; Hassocks; Preston Park; Brighton (BR).

CITYLINK
Cambridge (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink north east); Letchworth Garden City (Thameslink north east); Hitchin (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink north east); Stevenage (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink north east); Watton-at-Stone; Hertford North; Bayford; Cuffley; Crews Hill; Gordon Hill; Enfield Chase; Grange Park; Winchmore Hill; Palmers Green; Bowes Park (300 yards to Bounds Green: Piccadilly line); Alexandra Palace (Citylink, [Crossrail suggestion]); Hornsey (shared halt); Harringay (BR, Long Commute, Rugby Chord, Thameslink - north eastern); Finsbury Park (BR, Long Commute, Mill Chord, Thameslink - north eastern, Piccadilly line, Victoria line); Drayton Park (Mill Chord); Highbury & Islington (Shadrack Spoke, Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord, Victoria line); Essex Road; Old Street (Cricket line); Moorgate (200 yards to Moorgate: Crossrail; Cricket line, Spiral line, Metropolitan line, connection to Liverpool Street: Stansted Express, Bamber Spoke, Sisters Spoke, Spiral line, Metropolitan line, Central line, Termini line).

STANSTED EXPRESS
Stansted Airport (BR, Long Commute); Stansted Mountfitchet (BR, Long Commute); Bishop's Stortford (BR, Long Commute); Harlow Town (BR, Long Commute); Cheshunt (BR, Long Commute, Sisters Spoke, Lea Chord); Tottenham Hale (BR, Long Commute, Lea Chord, Victoria line); Hackney Downs (Sisters Spoke, Bamber Spoke; walkway to Hackney Central: Perrin Chord [Crossrail suggestion]); Liverpool Street (BR, Long Commute, Sisters Spoke, Bamber Spoke, Spiral line, Metropolitan line, Central line, Termini line, connects to Moorgate: Crossrail and walk to Moorgate: Cricket line, Citylink).

HEATHROW EXPRESS
Heathrow Terminal 5 (Piccadilly line terminal); Heathrow Terminals 1 2 3 (Piccadilly line, Elizabeth line, Buslink South West); Ealing Broadway (BR, Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Elizabeth line, Central line, District line); Paddington (BR, Long Commute, Heathrow Express, Bakerloo line, Tennis line, Spiral line, Termini line, platforms ends to Paddington: Spiral line - spiral arm).

SELECTED LINKS
(NOT LONDON METRO)


TRAMLINK
Expect trams to run at 3 minute intervals at peak 'rush' hours, 6 minutes daytime, 12 minutes late evening, but less percentage frequency services may operate at peak or daytime for longer.

[Route 1 40%: maximum 8 trams/ hour at 100% of 3 mins frequency peak] [both directions] Wimbledon (BR, Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Perrin Chord, Tennis line, [Crossrail]); Dundonald Road; Merton Park; Morden Road; Phipps Bridge; Belgrave Walk; Mitcham; Mitcham Junction (Long Commute, Thameslink - south western); Beddington Lane; Therapia Lane; Ampere Way; Waddon Marsh; Wandle Park;

[eastbound only] Reeves Corner; Centrale, West Croydon (Diversity Chord, Dog Chord); Wellesley Road;

[westbound only] Church Street; George Street;

[both directions] East Croydon (BR, Long Commute, Gatwick Express, Riverlink, Thameslink - south eastern); Lebanon Road; Sandilands; Addiscombe; Blackhorse Lane; Woodside; Arena; Harrington Road; Birkbeck (Beck Chord); Avenue Road; Beckenham Road (Beck Chord, 150 yards to Clock House: Dog Chord); [extended line suggestion] Beckenham Junction (Long Commute, Beck Chord); Shortlands (Long Commute, Cat Chord, Beck Chord); Queen's Mead; Church Street; Bromley Centre; Bromley North, Subdridge Park, Grove Park (Long Commute, Tramlink).

[Route 2 40%: maximum 8 trams/ hour at 100% of 3 mins frequency peak] [both directions] Wimbledon (BR, Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Perrin Chord, Tennis line, [Crossrail]); Dundonald Road; Merton Park; Morden Road; Phipps Bridge; Belgrave Walk; Mitcham; Mitcham Junction (Long Commute, Thameslink - south western); Beddington Lane; Therapia Lane; Ampere Way; Waddon Marsh; Wandle Park;

[eastbound only] Reeves Corner; Centrale, West Croydon (Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Dog Chord); Wellesley Road;

[westbound only] Church Street; George Street;

[both directions] East Croydon (BR, Long Commute, Gatwick Express, Riverlink, Thameslink - south eastern); Lebanon Road; Sandilands; Elmers End (Wolf Chord); [south] Lloyd Park; Coombe Lane; Gravel Hill; Addington Village; Fieldway; King Henry's Drive; New Addington; [extended line suggestion] Arnhem Drive; Milne Park Pavilion; Comport Fairchildes; Layhams Road; Mouchotte; London Biggin Hill Airport; RAF Chapel; Biggin Hill Business Park; Arnhem Drive.

[Route 3 60%: maximum 12 trams/ hour at 100% of 3 mins frequency] Biggin Hill Business Park; RAF Chapel; London Biggin Hill Airport; Mouchotte; Ashmore Lane; Keston Common; Keston; Keston Mark; Oakley Road; Hayes School; Hayes (Wolf Chord); Bourne Vale; Cornford Close; Bromley South (100 yards to Cat Chord, Beck Chord, Elephant Spoke); Two Streets; Queen's Mead; Church Road; Bromley Centre; Bromley North; Sundridge Park; The Chinbrook; Hadlow College; Quaggy Rail (Juno Spoke, Beck Chord); Eltham Hill; Tudway Road; Kidbrooke (Goat Chord), Blackheath (Goat Chord, Sheep Chord).

[Route 4 20%: maximum 4 trams/ hour at 100% of 3 mins frequency peak] Elmers End (Wolf Chord); Arena; Woodside; Blackhorse Lane; Addiscombe; Sandilands; Lebanon Road; East Croydon (BR, Long Commute, Gatwick Express, Riverlink, Thameslink - south eastern); George Street; Church Street; Centrale; West Croydon (Diversity Chord, Dog Chord); Wellesley Road; East Croydon and all stops back to Elmers End.

[Route 5 20%: maximum 4 trams/ hour at 100% of 3 mins frequency peak] [both directions] Wimbledon (BR, Long Commute, Diversity Chord, Perrin Chord, Tennis line, [Crossrail]); Dundonald Road; Merton Park; South Wimbledon (Cricket line).

PODLINK
[individual choice veer-off guided road stops] Brent Cross M1 (BR, Long Commute, Football Chord, Thameslink - north western); [one way] River Brent; [one way] Tilling Road; [one way] Brent Terrace, [one way] Staples Corner; [one way] Brent Cross M1 (Long Commute, Football Chord, Thameslink - north western). Tilling Roundabout; Templehof Avenue; Schools; Toys; Brent Cross (Unity line, Buslink Brent Cross).

BUSLINKS include some additional minor stops by request other than listed.

BUSLINK (Brent Cross)
[Rapid-frequency single decker bus service] Brent Cross (Unity line, Podlink); Highfield Avenue, A502, A502/ Hoop Lane, Hoop Lane/ Meadway, Holne Chase, B519 Hampstead Lane near Winnington Road, B519 North Road, Southwood Lane, Highgate London Underground (Mill Chord, Cricket line).

BUSLINK (West)
Uxbridge (Dukes line); Brunel University; Hospital; West Drayton (Golf Chord, Diversity Chord, Elizabeth line).

BUSLINK (North West)
Edgware (Unity Chord, Mill Chord); High Street; Canons Park (Jubilee line halt); Honeypot Lane; Kenton Lane; Harrow and Wealdstone (Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink); Waverley Industrial Estate; Allotments; North Harrow (Metropolitan line halt); The Ridgeway; Rayners Lane (Dukes line). [Service may use connecting buses.]

BUSLINK (North)
Roding Valley (Central line terminus Fairlop Loop); Roding Valley (Central line halt [New Station]); Forest Way/ Monkhams Lane; Oakhurst Gardens; High Road/ The Glade; Chingford (Bamber Spoke terminus); Chingford Centre; Ponders End (Lea Chord halt); Southbury (Sisters Spoke halt); Morrisons; Bush Hill Park; Enfield Town (Brothers Spoke terminus); Enfield Chase (Citylink halt); The Ridgeway; Bincote Road; Oakwood (Piccadilly line halt); Cat Hill Chase Side Pond; Brookhill Road/ Crescent Road; New Barnet (Thameslink - north eastern); Western Parade; High Barnet (Cricket line terminus).

BUSLINK (South West)
Wraysbury - village; Wraysbury; Stanwell Moor (Diversity Chord, Travelator to Heathrow Terminal 5); Stanwell Moor - village; Stanwell; Heathrow Terminal 4 (Elizabeth line); Hatton Cross (Piccadilly line); Heathrow terminals 1, 2, 3 (Elizabeth line, Heathrow Express, Piccadilly line); Hatton Cross (Piccadilly line); Feltham (Rugby Chord, Kitten Chord); Hanworth Library; Teddington Broad Street; Hampton Wick (Long Commute, Perrin Chord); Kingston (Long Commute, Perrin Chord).

BUS SHUTTLE (1)
Kenton (Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink); Northwick Park (Metropolitan line).

BUS SHUTTLE (2)
Gervaise Street (Bakerloo line); Queens Road Peckham (BR, Fox Chord); New Cross Gate (BR, Dog Chord, Thameslink, Bakerloo line); New Cross (Wolf Chord, Juno Spoke); Greenwich (Long Commute, Docklands Light Railway).

BUS SHUTTLE (3)
Putney Pier (Thames Boat); Putney (Cat Chord); East Putney (Tennis line).

THAMES BOAT
Putney Pier [south bank] (Shuttle Bus to Putney: Cat Chord); Chelsea Harbour Pier at Imperial Wharf [north/ west bank] (Diversity Chord, Riverlink); Cadogan Pier [north/ west bank] (walk to Kings Road Chelsea [Crossrail]), Millbank Millennium Pier (nearest station at Pimlico); Westminster Millennium Pier at Westminster (District line, Spiral line, Jubilee line); Waterloo Millennium Pier at Waterloo (BR, Long Commute, Unity line, Jubilee line, Bakerloo line, Waterloo and City line); Embankment Pier at Embankment (District line, Spiral line, Unity line, Bakerloo line); Festival Pier; Savoy Pier; Blackfriars Millennium Pier at Blackfriars (Thameslink - unified, District line, Spiral line); Bankside Pier; London Bridge City Pier, St. Katherine Pier (500 yards walk to Tower Hill: District line, Spiral line, Docklands Light Railway, 200 yards to Fenchurch Street: BR, Long Commute, Brothers Spoke); Canary Wharf (north/ east bank, 300 yards walk to Canary Wharf: Docklands Light Railway, Jubilee line, Elizabeth line); Hilton Docklands Nelson Dock Pier [east/ south bank]; Greenland Pier [east/ south bank]; Masthouse Terrace pier [north bank]; Greenwich Pier for Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich (Docklands Light Railway); Millennium Pier at North Greenwich (Jubilee line, Cable Car to Royal Victoria), Woolwich Arsenal Pier (Over 1000 yards from Woolwich Arsenal railway station).

DOCKLANDS LIGHT RAILWAY


DLR Routes

Note walking distances and signposting between Poplar, West India Quay, Canary Wharf and Heron Quays. This routes suggestion rationalises a service regarding Beckton.

Bank (Cricket line, Waterloo and City, Central, for Monument: District line, Spiral line); Tower Hill (District line, Spiral line, Boat, 200 yards to Fenchurch Street: BR, Long Commute, Brothers Spoke, Termini line); Shadwell [newly extended station] (Fox Chord, Dog Chord, Brothers Spoke); Limehouse (BR, Long Commute, Brothers Spoke); Westferry; Poplar (DLR change); Blackwall; East India; West Silvertown; Pontoon Dock; London City Airport; King George V; Woolwich Arsenal (BR, Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Boat terminus).

Bank (Cricket line, Waterloo and City, Central, for Monument: District line, Spiral line); Tower Hill (District line, Spiral line, Boat, 200 yards to Fenchurch Street: BR, Long Commute, Brothers Spoke, Termini line); Shadwell [newly extended station] (Fox Chord, Dog Chord, Brothers Spoke); Limehouse (BR, Long Commute, Brothers Spoke); Westferry; West India Quay; Canary Wharf (less than 100 yards each Crossrail, Jubilee line); Heron Quays; South Quay; Crossharbour; Mudchute; Island Gardens; Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich (Boat); Greenwich (Long Commute, Bus Shuttle to New Cross: Juno Spoke, Wolf Chord); Deptford Bridge; Elverson Road; Lewisham (Long Commute, Dog Chord, Wolf Chord, Bakerloo line).

Stratford (BR, Long Commute, Perrin Chord, Lea Chord, Brothers Spoke, Elizabeth line, Jubilee line, Central line, DLR connect); Pudding Mill Lane (Brothers Spoke); Bow Church; Devons Road; Langdon Park; All Saints; Poplar (DLR connect); West India Quay; Canary Wharf (Crossrail, Jubilee line); Heron Quays; South Quay; Crossharbour; Mudchute; Island Gardens; Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich (Boat); Greenwich; Deptford BR, Long Commuteidge; Elverson Road; Lewisham (Long Commute, Dog Chord, Wolf Chord, Bakerloo line).

[One direction only, reversal:] Stratford International (BR, Long Commute); Stratford (BR, Long Commute, Perrin Chord, Lea Chord, Brothers Spoke, Elizabeth line, Jubilee line, Central line, DLR connect); Stratford High Street; Abbey Mills; West Ham (Metropolitan line, District line, Jubilee line); Star Lane; Canning Town (DLR connect); Royal Victoria (Cable car); Custom House for ExCeL (Elizabeth line); Prince Regent; Royal Albert; Beckton Park; Cyprus; Gallions Reach; Beckton, Gymnastics, Andrewes Gardens, Prince Regent - and all stops back to Stratford International.

Newbury (Central line); Lynn St. Johns; Kings Gardens; Ilford (Elizabeth line); Little Ilford Park; Barking (Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord, Sheep Chord, Metropolitan line, District line); Roding Trading, Jenkins Lane, Greenway (Bus Link Eastern), Gallions Reach, Cyprus; Beckton Park; Royal Albert; Prince Regent; Custom House for ExCeL (Elizabeth line); Royal Victoria (Cable car); Canning Town (DLR connect), East India, Blackwall, Poplar (DLR connect).

Stratford International (BR, Long Commute); Stratford (BR, Long Commute, Perrin Chord, Lea Chord, Brothers Spoke, Elizabeth line, Jubilee line, Central line, DLR connect); Stratford High Street; Abbey Mills; West Ham (Metropolitan line, District line, Jubilee line); Star Lane; Canning Town (DLR connect); West Silvertown; Pontoon Dock; London City Airport; King George V; Woolwich Arsenal (BR, Long Commute, Sheep Chord, 400 yards Woolwich: Crossrail [Boat terminus further]).

SELECTED LONDON UNDERGROUND


DUKES LINE
Uxbridge (Buslink West); Hillingdon; Ickenham; West Ruislip [New station extension] (BR, Golf Chord, Football Chord, Central line); Ruislip; Ruislip Manor; Eastcote; Rayners Lane (Buslink North West); South Harrow; Sudbury Hill (300 yards to Sudbury Hill Harrow: Football Chord); Sudbury Town; Alperton; Park Royal (Central line); North Ealing; Ealing Common (District line); Acton Town (District line, Piccadilly line); Chiswick Park (shared halt); Turnham Green (District line, Piccadilly line); Stamford BR, Long Commuteook (shared halt); Ravenscourt Park (shared halt); Hammersmith (District line, Piccadilly line, Spiral line); Barons Court (District line, Piccadilly line); West Kensington (shared halt); Earl’s Court (District line, Piccadilly line, Tennis line); High Street Kensington (Tennis line, Spiral line).

BAKERLOO LINE
Wembley Central [new terminus] (Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, 400 yards to [new station] St. John's Road: Football Chord); Stonebridge Park (shared halt); Harlesden [Newly extended station] (Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, Rugby Chord); Willesden Junction (Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, Fox Chord, Oak Chord, Perrin Chord); Kensal Green (shared halt); Queen’s Park (Shadrack Spoke, Fox Chord); Kilburn Park; Maida Vale; Warwick Avenue; Paddington (BR, Heathrow Express, Elizabeth line, Termini Line, Tennis line, Spiral line); Edgware Road (Termini line, 100 yards to Edgware Road: Spiral line, Tennis line); Marylebone (BR, Termini line); Baker Street (Metropolitan line, Spiral line, Jubilee line, Termini line); Regent’s Park; Oxford Circus (Victoria line, Central line); Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly line); Charing Cross (BR, Unity line); Embankment (Unity line, Spiral line, District line); Lambeth North; Elephant & Castle (BR, Elephant Spoke, Thameslink, Cricket line); Old Kent Road West; Gervase Street (Bus Shuttle to Queens Road Peckham: Fox Chord); New Cross Gate (BR, Dog Chord, Thameslink, Bus Shuttle); St. John's (Juno Spoke, Wolf Chord); Lewisham (Wolf Chord, Sheep Chord, Goat Chord, Docklands Light Railway).

TERMINI LINE
[shared with Victoria line] Kings Cross St. Pancras (BR, Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke, Thameslink, Cricket line, Metropolitan line, Spiral line, Piccadilly Line, Victoria line, [Crossrail, with further links to Euston]); Euston (BR, Cricket line, Unity line, Spiral line, Piccadilly Line, Victoria line [Crossrail, with further links to Kings Cross St. Pancras]); [own route] Great Portland Street (Spiral line, Metropolitan line); [shared with Bakerloo line] Marylebone (BR, Long Commute, Bakerloo line); Edgware Road (Bakerloo line); Paddington (BR, Long Commute, Heathrow Express, Bakerloo line, Tennis line, Spiral line - platforms ends to Paddington: Spiral line - spiral arm, Elizabeth line); [own route] Lancaster Gate (Central line); Knightsbridge (Piccadilly line); Victoria Coaches [Coach Station]); Victoria (BR, Long Commute, Gatwick Express, Spiral line, District line, Victoria line); [from own route to shared with Jubilee line] Westminster (Jubilee line, Spiral line, District line); Waterloo (Jubilee line, Spiral line Unity line, Bakerloo line, Waterloo and City line); Southwark (shared halt); [new link to shared with Cricket line] London Bridge (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink, Cricket line, Jubilee line); [own route] Fenchurch Street [new station] (BR, Long Commute, Brothers Chord); Liverpool Street [Central line platforms] (BR, Long Commute, Bamber Spoke, Sisters Spoke, Stansted Express, Spiral line, Metropolitan line, Central line, connects to Moorgate: Elizabeth line and walk to Moorgate: Cricket line).

TENNIS LINE
Wimbledon (Perrin Chord, Sheep Chord, Tramlink [Crossrail]); Wimbledon Park; Southfields; East Putney (Bus Shuttle to Putney: Cat Chord); Putney Bridge; Parsons Green; Fulham Broadway; West Brompton (Diversity Chord, Riverlink); Earl's Court (District line, Piccadilly line, Dukes line); High Street Kensington (Spiral line, Dukes line).

CHESS LINE
Chesham; Chalfont & Latimer (BR, Long Commute, Metropolitan line); Chorleywood (BR, Long Commute, Metropolitan line); Rickmansworth (BR, Long Commute, Metropolitan line); Croxley (shared halt); Cassiobridge (shared halt); Watford Vicarage Road (shared halt); Watford High Street (Shadrack Spoke, Metropolitan line); Watford Junction (BR, Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, Metropolitan line).

METROPOLITAN LINE routes
[both directions 1] Amersham (BR, Long Commute); Chalfont & Latimer (BR, Long Commute, Chess line); Chorleywood (BR, Long Commute, Chess line); Rickmansworth (BR, Long Commute, Chess line); Moor Park; Northwood; Northwood Hills; Pinner; North Harrow (Buslink North West); West Harrow; Harrow-on-the-Hill; Northwick Park (Bus Shuttle to Kenton: Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink); Preston Road; Wembley Park (Jubilee line); Neasden Junction (Football Chord, Rugby Chord, Jubilee line); Finchley Road (Jubilee line); Baker Street; (Jubilee line, Bakerloo line, Spiral line, Termini line) Great Portland Street (Spiral line, Termini line); Euston Square (shared halt [Crossrail: Euston Kings Cross St. Pancras International]); King’s Cross St. Pancras (BR, Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke, Thameslink - unified, Cricket line, Victoria line, Termini line [Crossrail: Euston Kings Cross St. Pancras International]); Farringdon (Spiral line, Thameslink - unified, walkway to Barbican); Barbican (Spiral line, Elizabeth line, walkway to Farringdon); Moorgate (Citylink, Spiral line, Cricket line, walkway to Liverpool Street next stop); Liverpool Street (BR, Long Commute, Sisters Spoke, Bamber Spoke, Stansted Express, Central line, Spiral line, Termini line, walkway to Moorgate next stop); Aldgate East (District line); Whitechapel (Fox Chord, Dog Chord, Elizabeth line, District line); Stepney Green (shared halt); Mile End (central line, District line); Bow Road shared halt, 100 yards to Bow: Brothers Spoke, a further 150 yards to Bow Church: Docklands Light Railway); Bromley-by-Bow (shared halt); West Ham (BR, Long Commute, Jubilee line; Docklands Light Railway); Plaistow (shared halt); Upton Park (shared halt); East Ham (shared halt); Barking (BR, Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord, District line).

[both directions 2] Watford Junction (BR, Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke, Riverlink, Chess line); Watford High Street (Shadrack Spoke, Chess line); Watford Vicarage Road (shared halt); Cassiobridge (shared halt); Croxley (shared halt); Moor Park; Northwood; Northwood Hills; Pinner; North Harrow (Buslink North West); West Harrow; Harrow-on-the-Hill; Northwick Park; Preston Road; Wembley Park (Jubilee line).

UNITY LINE
Clapham Junction (BR, Long Commute, Cat Chord, Diversity Chord, Riverlink, Unity line, [Crossrail]); Sheepcote Culvert; Battersea; Nine Elms; Lambeth South (Victoria line); Kennington (Cricket line); Waterloo (BR, Long Commute, Bakerloo line, Jubilee line, Waterloo & City line, Termini line); Embankment (Bakerloo line, District line, Spiral line); Charing Cross (BR, Long Commute, Bakerloo line); Leicester Square (Piccadilly line); Tottenham Court Road (Crossrail, Central line); Goodge Street; Warren Street (Victoria line); Euston (BR, Long Commute, Cricket line, Victoria line, Termini line); Mornington Crescent; Camden Town (Cricket line); Chalk Farm (150 yards to Primrose Hill: Shadrack Spoke); Belsize Park; Hampstead; Golders Green; Brent Cross (Podlink for Brent Cross Shopping, Buslink Brent Cross); Hendon Central; Colindale; Burnt Oak; Edgware (Mill Chord; Buslink North West)

VICTORIA LINE
Tulse Hill (BR, Long Commute, Sheep Chord, Thameslink - south western); Herne Hill (BR, Long Commute, Thameslink - south western); BR, Long Commute (BR, Long Commute, Cat Chord); Stockwell (Cricket line); Lambeth South (Unity line); Vauxhall (BR, Long Commute); Pimlico; Victoria (BR, Long Commute, District line, Spiral line, Termini line, Gatwick Express [Crossrail]); Green Park (Piccadilly line); Oxford Circus (Central line, Bakerloo line); Warren Street (Unity line); Euston (BR, Long Commute, Unity line, Cricket line, Termini line [Crossrail Euston Kings Cross St. Pancras); King's Cross St. Pancras (BR, Long Commute, Shadrack Spoke, Thameslink - unified, Piccadilly line, Cricket line, Termini line [Crossrail Euston Kings Cross St. Pancras)); Highbury & Islington (Perrin Chord, Fox Chord, Citylink); Finsbury Park (Mill Chord, Citylink, Thameslink - north eastern, Piccadilly line); Seven Sisters (Sisters Spoke, Brothers Spoke [Crossrail]); [north] Northumberland Park (shared halt); Angel Road (Lea Chord); [east] Blackhorse Road (Rugby Chord); Walthamstow Central (Bamber Spoke, 200 yards to Walthamstow Queen's Road: Rugby Chord)

CENTRAL LINE
West Ruislip (BR, Long Commute, Golf Chord, Football Chord; Dukes line); Ruislip Gardens (shared halt); South Ruislip (BR, Gold Chord, Football Chord); Northolt (shared halt); Greenford (BR, Golf Chord); Perivale; Hanger Lane; Park Royal (Dukes line); North Acton (Diversity Chord, 300 yards to Acton Old Oak: Rugby Chord, Perrin Chord); East Acton; White City (100 yards to Wood Lane: Spiral line); Shepherd’s Bush (Diversity Chord, Riverlink); Notting Hill Gate (Tennis line, Spiral line); Queensway; Lancaster Gate (Termini line); Marble Arch; Bond Street (Elizabeth line, Jubilee line); Oxford Circus (Bakerloo line, Victoria line); Tottenham Court Road (Elizabeth line, Unity line, [Crossrail]; Holborn (Piccadilly line); Chancery Lane; St. Paul’s; Bank (Waterloo and City, Cricket line; District line, Spiral line, Docklands Light Railway); Liverpool Street (BR, Long Commute, Sisters Chord, Bamber Spoke, Stansted Express, connected to Moorgate: Elizabeth line and 200 yards further to Moorgate: Metropolitan line, Spiral line, Cricket line, City Link); Bethnal Green; Mile End (Metropolitan line, District line); Stratford (BR, Long Commute, Brothers Chord, Lea Chord, Perrin Chord, Elizabeth line, Docklands Light Railway); Leyton; Leytonstone; [easterly branch or Fairlop Loop] Wanstead; Redbridge; Gants Hill; Newbury Park (Docklands Light Railway); Barkingside; Fairlop; Hainault; Grange Hill; Chigwell; Roding Valley (Buslink North, 150 yards to Roding Valley Central line). [westerly branch] Snaresbrook; South Woodford; Woodford; Roding Valley [New station] (Buslink North, 150 yards to Roding Valley Central line Fairlop Loop); Buckhurst Hill; Loughton; Debden; Theydon Bois; Epping.

 

Adrian Worsfold