Traveling on the tube

Traveling on the tube

When traveling on the tube in London there are a few rules. I remember when I was on the tube for the first time I was so overwhelmed that I didn’t even notice these signs. Saying that, I hope anyone who is going to London reads this and learns it. It’s really important, you’ll notice how important when people are zooming past you on the left. Also… please don’t congregate at the station entrances or anywhere unless it’s to the side. Thanks.



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  • I can remember my first experience of “THE TUBE” while visiting Andrea in LONDON in February 2014 and she was navigating me through this incredible feat of engineering that moves hundreds and thousands of people throughout LONDON and surrounding cities every day~ all day long! Now keep in mind I am used to driving my little Toyota all over San Antonio and here I was in a city of over 8 Million people moving at a fast and furious pace to get to where they were going and they ALL expected YOU to know what you were doing and where you were going and mind your own business while you were doing it. LOL London Underground’s history dates back to 1863 when the world’s first underground railway, the Metropolitan Railway, opened between Paddington and Farringdon serving six intermediate 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. I have returned for he second time to LONDON and have to say that I have navigated the system again and better this time.

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