A Piccadilly line train at Hillingdon
|Type||Deep Tube, sub-surface|
|Ridership||210.169 million (2011/12) passenger journeys|
|Colour on ||Dark blue|
|Rolling stock||1973 Tube Stock|
6 cars per trainset
|Line length||71 km (44 mi)|
|4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)|
The Piccadilly line is a line of the
Like most Underground lines, the Piccadilly line is operated by a single type of
The line was previously worked by
The line has two depots, at Northfields55 map 55 and Cockfosters.54 map 54 There are sidings at Oakwood, South Harrow, Arnos Grove, Rayners Lane, Down Street, Wood Green, Acton Town, Ruislip and Uxbridge.
The line is controlled from the control centre at Earl's Court, which it used to share with the
The current off-peak service pattern is:
Often late evening services terminate at
Trains will also make an additional stop at Turnham Green during early mornings and late evenings but will not stop at the station during the main part of the day.
Other services operate at times, especially at the start and towards the end of the traffic day.
Easier Versions can be found http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/standard-tube-map.gif