Victoria Line map
Victoria Line Overview
The Victoria Line of the London Underground network crosses the English capital from the northeast to the south, and serves Buckingham Palace and important railway stations, London King’s Cross, St Pancras and London Victoria. Inaugurated in 1968, more than 200,000,000 passengers use the Victoria Line each year. It serves 16 stations and has a length of 13 miles. It is the Light Blue Line on the Tube map.
London Victoria Line Service Status
Tourist attractions on the Victoria Line
- White Hart Lane, the stadium which hosts the home games of the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, is located close to Tottenham Hale Underground station.
- The Emirates Stadium, where are played the matches of Arsenal F.C, stands at walking distance from Finsbury Park station.
- All Souls Church, a very interesting Anglican Evangelical church, the BBC Broadcasting House, the headquarters of the BBC, Carnaby Street, the famous shopping street where many fashion shops stand, the London Palladium, a beautiful West End theatre, and St George’s, Hanover Square, Anglican church located in Mayfair, are located very close to Oxford Circus.
- Buckingham Palace, the residence of the Royal family in London stands at proximity from Green Park tube station.
Victoria Line stations
- Walthamstow Central is the northern terminus of the Victoria Line. Travelcard Zone 3.
- Blackhorse Road station is located in the town of Walthamstow. It is the least used station on the line. Travelcard Zone 3.
- Tottenham Hale is the closest tube station from White Hart Lane, the stadium of the Tottenham Hotspur Football team. Travelcard Zone 3. Wheelchair accessible.
- Seven Sisters station is located in the area of North London which gives it its name. Travelcard Zone 3.
- Finsbury Park is also an important station for football fans, as it is located at walking distance from the Emirates Stadium, which hosts the matches of Arsenal FC. Travelcard Zone 2.
- Highbury & Islington Underground station is located in the district of Islington. Travelcard Zone 2.
- King’s Cross St. Pancras tube station is connected to London King’s Cross and St. Pancras railway stations. Travelcard Zone 1. Wheelchair accessible.
- Euston Underground station is directly connected to Euston railway station, which stands just above it. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Warren Street is the closest station to the University College Hospital. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Oxford Circus tube station is located at the corner of Regent Street and Oxford Street. It is the busiest station of the London Underground network. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Green Park station is located close to Buckingham Palace. Travelcard Zone 1. Wheelchair accessible.
- Victoria Underground station is part of London Victoria railway station. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Pimlico station is located in the area in the City of Westminster which gives it its name.Travelcard Zone 1.
- Vauxhall tube station is situated very close to Vauxhall Bridge, which crosses rthe River Thames. Travelcard Zone 1-2.
- Stockwell station is located in the district which holds the same name. Travelcard Zone 2.
- Brixton Underground station is the southern terminus of Victoria Line. Travelcard Zone 2. Wheelchair accessible.
The Victoria Line serves different important transportation sites
- London King’s Cross railway station is served by King’s Cross St. Pancras tube station. You can take there a train to the Northern part of England, and to Scotland.
- St Pancras is also served by King’s Cross St. Pancras Underground station. You can travel there to Paris and Brussels with the Eurostar.
- London Victoria railway station is connected to Victoria tube station. Trains there serve the south of the country and Gatwick Airport.
- Euston railway station is served by Euston Underground station. You can reach many destinations from there, Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Scotland and Wales in particular.
The Victoria Line is connected to the following London Underground lines
- Piccadilly Line at Finsbury Park.
- Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line, Metropolitan Line, Northern Tube Line and Piccadilly Line at King’s Cross St. Pancras.
- Northern Line at Euston and Warren Street.
- Bakerloo Tube Line and Central Line at Oxford Circus.
- Jubilee Line and Piccadilly Tube Line at Green Park.
- Circle Line and District Tube Line at Victoria.
- Northern Line at Stockwell.
The Victoria Line is connected to the following London Overground lines
- Chingford Line at Walthamstow Central.
- Gospel Oak to Barking Line at Blackhorse Road.
- Enfield & Cheshunt Line at Seven Sisters.
- North London Line and East London Line at Highbury & Islington.
- Watford DC Line at Euston.
Victoria Line Timetable
The Victoria line runs every day of the week including saturdays, sundays and holidays.
The first service leaves Walthamstow Central Underground station at 5:25 from Monday to Saturday, and at 7:00 on Sundays, and Brixton Underground station at 5:26 from Monday to Saturday, and at 6:52 on Sundays.
The last service leaves Walthamstow Central Underground station at 00:09 from Monday to Saturday, at 23:29 on Sundays, and Brixton Underground station at 00:28 from Monday to Saturday, and at 23:52 on Sundays.
You can find the full Victoria line timetable on the TFL website.