Coronavirus: Full list of London Underground stations closed during lockdown

Qin Xie
Reuters

The coronavirus pandemic is shutting down cities around the world as the number of confirmed cases soars.

In a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19 in London, each day, Transport for London (TfL) is closing up to 40 stations that do not interchange with other lines across the entire network.

The stations that are closed each day could vary, and passengers are advised to check for status updates on the TfL website.

As of 20 March, there are no Waterloo & City line services, while the Night Tube will not be running until further notice. London buses will still be operating overnight, but with fewer services. And there will be fewer Santander bike hubs open.

Here is the full list of stations that could be closed during the lockdown period:

Bakerloo Line

Lambeth North, Regents Park, Warwick Avenue, Kilburn Park, Charing Cross

Central Line

Holland Park, Queensway, Lancaster Gate, Chancery Lane, Redbridge

Circle Line

Bayswater, Great Portland Street, Barbican

District Line

Bow Road, Stepney Green, Mansion House, Temple, St James's Park, Gloucester Road

Jubilee Line

Swiss Cottage, St John's Wood, Bermondsey, Southwark

Northern Line

Tuffnell Park, Chalk Farm, Mornington Crescent, Goodge Street, Borough, Clapham South, Tooting Bec, South Wimbledon, Hampstead

Piccadilly Line

Caledonian Road, Arsenal, Covent Garden, Hyde Park Corner, Bounds Green, Manor House

Victoria Line

Pimlico, Blackhorse Road

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