Which tube stations have all the vowels?

Which tube stations have all the vowels?

There are only two tube station names that contain all five vowels: Mansion House, and South Ealing.

Which tube station has six consonants in a row?

IIE
IIE (zone 1) — only active tube station to contain six consecutive consonants (without spaces).

What are the names of the Tube?

Stations

Station Line(s) Other name(s)
Arnos Grove Piccadilly Bowes Road: Proposed before opening
Arsenal Piccadilly Gillespie Road: 1906–32 Arsenal (Highbury Hill): 1932– suffix gradually dropped
Baker Street Metropolitan Bakerloo Circle Jubilee Hammersmith & City
Balham Northern

How many tubes stations are there?

270 stations
Since then the Underground network, affectionately nicknamed the Tube by generations of Londoners, has grown to 270 stations and 11 lines stretching deep into the Capital’s suburbs, and beyond.

Which London tube station has no vowels?

50 things you never knew about the London Underground: There is only one tube station name which does not have any letters of the word “mackerel” in it – St John’s Wood. There are only two tube stations which have all five vowels in them – Mansion House and South Ealing.

What is the newest tube station?

Transport for London opened its doors for boarding on the two new tube stations which make up the Northern Line Extension: Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station. Opened today – 20 September 2021 – it has been classed as the first major tube extension this century and will support around 25,000 new jobs.

What is a tube station?

an underground station where underground trains depart and leave, esp in London.

What is the oldest tube station?

The London Underground opened in 1863 and is the oldest underground system in the world.

What is the oldest station on the London Underground?

The Metropolitan Line (or “Met” as it’s known) is the oldest line on the London Underground. It was founded in 1863 as the Metropolitan Railway and ran from Paddington to Farrington Street, mostly running goods as well as people.

How many tube stations have the letter’Z’in their name?

Can you name the one tube station with the letter ‘z’ in its name? 1. Arsenal 2. Five: Brixton, Croxley, Oxford Circus, Uxbridge, Vauxhall Special shoutout to anyone who managed to get Croxley. 3. Mansion House and South Ealing

Which train station has no vowels in its name?

OUEAI (zone 3) — the other station to contain all the vowels. AA (zone 3) — the only station without any of the letters of UNDERGROUND in its name. OOO (zone 2) — famously, the only station to contain none of the letters of MACKEREL, and pictured above.

Which London Underground stations have no letters in their name?

AA (zone 3) — the only station without any of the letters of UNDERGROUND in its name. OOO (zone 2) — famously, the only station to contain none of the letters of MACKEREL, and pictured above.

What is the busiest tube station in London?

AEOO (zone 1) — busiest underground station. OOIU (zone 1) — busiest night tube station. UUI (zone 5) — one of only two night tube stations outside Greater London. EAIOAA (zone 3) — anagram of ‘Railway gone bad’. EAOEIA& (zone 6) — station that most recently changed its name.