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London Underground Train Services

England has started construction in 19th century. Only six terminals have been made outside the London in 1854. As the traffic has increased by the time its construction was increasing day by day and now it is world's largest metro system. In 1933 municipals and metropolitan were joining together and has made new London passenger transport board (LPTB) and shortly is well known transport renamed as London Transport.

London Underground is operating its services in the large underground area in the London including Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. This underground is serving its services since 1863 and known as oldest rail network in the world. In 1890 first electric trains start running and giving its best services to the travelers. Officially it is known as The Tube. New rail lines have built for underground in the London and all the work is done by the private companies. When UK government has created London Underground limited in 1985 but it has made underground network a separate entity. London underground has become the subsidiary of the transport of the London in 2003.This underground rail line has about 402 km track serving 270 stations that makes it second largest metro system in the world. In 2007 largest number of passenger’s journey was recorded. 

Routes, Stations and Lines
London underground is divided into 11 lines and further classified into two categories surface routes and deep tube routes. Surface routes are the circle, district, Hammersmith & city and metropolitan lines. The waterloo, Bakerloo, central, jubilee and many other stations are under the Deep Tube Routes. 

Online Tickets Booking
Before booking your tickets get all information regarding timetables and departure or arrival of the trains. Best fare finders are also available online for getting all the information of the train timings and tickets. You can get all information on fare finder including ticket prices by just entering the name of the train.

It is very easy to book tickets online with uktraintickets.co.uk. There are several offers available online for the travelers and by using that offers travelers can enjoy large discounts. Online booking is very simple just enter your particulars and grab you time tickets. Many tickets are available online like season tickets, family tickets, advance tickets, group tickets and many others.

Traveling made easy with travel cards. In these days travel cards are very popular and you can travel to any destination at anytime with the help of these cards. Rail cards are easily available at every counter on some conditions.

Advance booking: On Advance booking you can get large discounts by booking your tickets well in advance. You can get tickets very easily on advance booking. Besides this you can book your tickets any time and anywhere online. Further more options are family bookings, group bookings and return bookings and these are cheaper than the others.

Off peak: Off peak tickets are much cheaper than the high peak tickets. In off peak trains are less busy so you can enjoy cheap tickets and relax journey as well.

Contact Details:
Phone: 0901 226 1696, 0845 257 7878, 0845 330 9880
Address: Customer Service Centre, London Underground, 55 Broadway, London SW1H 0BD