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Bakerloo Line Map


Bakerloo Line London Overview

The Bakerloo Line of the London Underground crosses the English capital from the north to the south, and serves important sites such as Trafalgar Square, Carnaby Street or Madame Tussauds.
Inaugurated in 1906, 111,000,000 passengers take the Bakerloo line every year, which makes it one of the least used lines of the London Underground network. It has a length of 14 miles, and serves 25 stations. The Bakerloo Line is the Brown Line on the Tube map.


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Tourist attractions on the Bakerloo Line

Bakerloo line crosses London in its center from the north to the south. Many stations on the line are located very close to monuments or tourist sites.

  • Wembley Stadium, which hosts the home games of the England National Football Team, is located at walking distance from Wembley Central station.
  • Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, two of the Royal Parks of London, are located close to Paddington station.
  • Madame Tussauds, one of the most famous wax museum in the world, is served by Baker Street tube station.
  • Sherlock Holmes Museum, which is dedicated to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous fictional detective, is located very close to Baker Street station.
  • The Royal Academy of Music, one of the oldest conservatoire and part of the University of London, is also served by Baker Street tube station.
  • Carnaby Street, a famous pedestrian street known for its fashion and lifestyle shops is located close to Oxford Circus station.
  • The London Palladium, the most famous theatre of the United Kingdom, is also located very close to Oxford Circus tube station.
  • Trafalgar Square, a public space located in the center of London where the National Gallery and Nelson’s Column stand, is served by Charing Cross station.
  • Admiralty Arch, a building commissioned by King Edward VII in memory of his mother Queen Victoria, is located close to Charing Cross tube station.
  • The Mall, a large avenue which connects Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square, is also accessible from Charing Cross station.
  • Cleopatra’s Needle, an ancient Egyptian obelisk which stands on the Victoria Embankment near the Golden Jubilee Bridges, is located at walking distance from Embankment tube station.
  • The London Eye, a Ferris wheel standing on the South Bank of the River Thames, is accessible from Waterloo station.
  • The Imperial War Museum, where is exposed a large collection of military vehicles and aircrafts, is located between stations Lambeth North and Elephant & Castle.


Bakerloo Line stations

  • Harrow & Wealdston is the northern terminus of the line. Travelcard Zone 5. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Kenton is located on the south side of Kenton Road. Travelcard Zone 4.
  • South Kenton, as its name suggests it, is located in South Kenton. Travelcard Zone 4.
  • North Wembley is located on the south side of East Lane in North Wembley. Travelcard Zone 4.
  • Wembley Central is an important interchange station, especially when there are events at Wembley Stadium. Travelcard Zone 4. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Stonebridge Park is located in Argenta Way, near Tokyngton Avenue and close to the North Circular Road. Travelcard Zone 3.
  • Harlesden station stands next to the Harlesden and Stonebridge residential area and the Park Royal industrial estate. Travelcard Zone 3.
  • Willesden Junction is located in Harlesden, north-west London. Travelcard Zone 2-3. Wheelchair accessible.
  • Kensal Green is located in College Road. Travelcard Zone 2.
  • Queen’s Park Underground station stands next to the park which gives it its name. Travelcard Zone 2.
  • Kilburn Park tube station is located on Cambridge Avenue, next to Kilburn High Road. Travelcard Zone 2.
  • Maida Vale is a Grade II station, for its historic and architectural interest. Travelcard Zone 2.
  • Warwick Avenue station is located next to Little Venice. Travelcard Zone 2.
  • Paddington serves the railway station of the same name. You can take there a train to the Heathrow airport. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Edgware Road Underground station is located in the city of Westminster. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Marylebone tube station serves the London Marylebone railway terminus station, where you can take a train to Birmingham. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Baker Street station is located at walking distance to the Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Regent’s Park Underground station stands next to the park which gives it its name. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Oxford Circus is located at the corner of Regent Street and Oxford Street. It is the busiest station of the London Underground network, with around 100,000,000 passengers using it each year. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Piccadilly Circus tube station stands underneath Piccadilly Circus. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Charing Cross station is located in the City of Westminster. It has entrance on Trafalgar Square and on the Strand. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Embankment Underground station stands next to Victoria Embankment Gardens and Cleopatra’s Needle, in the City of Westminster. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Waterloo station is located at walking distance to the London Eye. With more than 90,000,000 passengers each year, it is the third busiest station of the London Underground network. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Lambeth North is located close to the Imperial War Museum. Travelcard Zone 1.
  • Elephant & Castle is the southern terminus of the line. Travelcard Zone 1-2.


The Bakerloo Line serves different important transportation sites

  • London Paddington train station is served by Paddington tube station. You can take there a train to the southwest of England or Wales. It is also served by Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect lines, to reach Heathrow airport.
  • London Marylebone train station is served by Marylebone tube station. You can take there a train to Birmingham.


The Bakerloo Line is connected to the following London Underground lines


The Bakerloo Line is connected to the following London Overground lines

  • Watford DC Line at Harrow & Wealdstone.
  • Watford DC Line at Kenton.
  • Watford DC Line at South Kenton.
  • Watford DC Line at North Wembley.
  • Watford DC Line at Wembley Central.
  • Watford DC Line at Stonebridge Park.
  • Watford DC Line at Harlesden.
  • Watford DC Line, North London Line and West London Line at Willesden Junction.
  • Watford DC Line at Kensal Green.
  • Watford DC Line at Queen’s Park.


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Bakerloo Line Timetable

The Bakerloo line runs every day of the week including saturdays, sundays and holidays.

First Service

The first service leaves Harrow & Wealdstone underground station at 5:38 from Monday to Saturday, and at 7:23 on Sundays, and Elephant & Castle underground station at 5:37 from Monday to Saturday, and at 7:16 on Sundays.

Last Service

The last service leaves Harrow & Wealdstone underground station at 23:54 from Monday to Saturday, and at 23:13 on Sundays, and Elephant & Castle underground station at 23:46 from Monday to Saturday, and at 23:37 on Sundays.

You can find the full Bakerloo line timetable on the TFL website.