London Underground Stations Quiz
Originally called the Metropolitan Railway when it opened in 1863, the London Underground is the oldest underground railway system in the world.
It has around 250 miles of track and 270 stations, but how many of them can you identify? Here we have 20 questions about London Underground stations, which stations are real and which ones are fake, how well can you do?
Question 1 of 20: Real or Fake?
Alperton is a tube station on the Piccadilly Line in Brent. It was opened on 28 June 1903 and was called Perivale-Alperton from 1903 to 10.
Question 2 of 20: Real or Fake?
Don't try to get off here, we made this one up!
Question 3 of 20: Real or Fake?
Roding Valley is a London Underground Station on the Central Line in Epping Forest. It was opened on 21 November 1948
Question 4 of 20: Real or Fake?
You can get out at Osterley Tube Station if you like. It's in Hounslow on the Piccadilly Line and was opened on 1 May 1883. It was known as Osterley & Spring Grove up until 1934.
Question 5 of 20: Real or Fake?
They won't open the doors for you here, it doesn't exist.
Question 6 of 20: Real or Fake?
Ickenham is a London Tube stop on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Lines in Hillingdon. It was opened on 25 September 1905.
Question 7 of 20: Real or Fake?
Don't bother travelling to Colnbrook by tube, there isn't an underground station here.
Question 8 of 20: Real or Fake?
Gants Hill is a tube station on the Central Line in Redbridge and was opened on 14 December 1947
Question 9 of 20: Real or Fake?
You're out of luck if you're travelling around London looking for this one, there's no such stop!
Question 10 of 20: Real or Fake?
There's a Queensway you can travel to but no Kingsway I'm afraid.
Question 11 of 20: Real or Fake?
Debden Underground Station is on the Central Line at Epping Forest and was opened on 25 September 1949.
Question 12 of 20: Real or Fake?
Your tube journey won't be stopping off at Muswell Hill Station, we made it up.
Question 13 of 20: Real or Fake?
Seven Sisters tube station is on the Victoria Line at Haringey and was opened on 1 September 1968.
Question 14 of 20: Real or Fake?
There are plenty of railway stations with Croydon in the name, but travel to an underground station called West Croydon is not an option.
Question 15 of 20: Real or Fake?
Goldhawk Road Underground Station was opened on 1 April 1914 and lies on the Hammersmith & City and Circle Lines in Hammersmith and Fulham
Question 16 of 20: Real or Fake?
Hanger Lane tube station lies on the Central Line at Ealing and was opened on 30 June 1947
Question 17 of 20: Real or Fake?
Nope, you can't travel on the London Underground to Earlsfield Park, there's no such station
Question 18 of 20: Real or Fake?
You can travel by London Underground to Moorgate or Moor Park, but sadly not to a Moorfield.
Question 19 of 20: Real or Fake?
Arnos Grove is on the Piccadilly Line at Enfield and was opened on 19 September 1932.
Question 20 of 20: Real or Fake?
We were surprised to discover that this is a real station, not just a children's TV program! Grange Hill tube station is on the Central Line at Redbridge and was opened on 21 November 1948.
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