Tube Challenge Status

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TL;DR: I completed walking the Tube on August 24th, 2013 and became the first Canadian to do so. On March 8th, 2014 I officially began my continuation project of walking the entire Overground & DLR networks and on August 9th, 2015 I became the first person to walk the new 2015 tube map.

Keep up-to-date with the latest in my Randomly London v. The Tube Challenge here. I'll post updates about how the whole process is going along with links to all blog posts related to the challenge. For the time being this page will supplant my more general walking goals page.

I'm doing this both as a personal challenge and to raise money for Bowel Cancer UK. If you you'd like to support me, please consider making a donation to via Just Giving here.

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Introduction: Randomly London v. The Tube – My Personal London Underground Challenge

1. Waterloo & City Line (1.5 miles/2.5 km | 2 Stations)

2. Victoria Line (13.3 miles/21km | 16 Stations)

3. Bakerloo Line (14.5 miles/23.2km | 25 Stations)

4. Hammersmith & City Line (15.9 miles/25.5km | 29 Stations)

5. Circle Line (17 miles/27.2km | 36 Stations)

  • All 36 stations visited & walked (21.4 miles)

6. Jubilee Line (22.5 miles/36.2km | 27 Stations)

  • All 27 Stations visited & walked (31.5 miles)

7. Northern Line (36 miles/58km | 50 Stations)

  • All 50 stations visited & walked (43.5 miles)

8. District Line (40 miles/64km | 60 Stations)

  • All 60 stations visited & walked (49.68 miles)

9. Metropolitan Line (41.5 miles/66.7km | 34 Stations)

  • All 34 stations visited & walked (56.31 miles)

10. Piccadilly Line (44.3 miles/71km | 53 stations)

  • All 53 stations visited & walked (59.65 miles).

11. Central Line (46 miles/74km | 49 Stations)

  • All 49 stations visited & walked (61.4 miles).

Completed August 24, 2013

Overground & DLR

1. Overground: Former East London Line

2. Overground: Gospel Oak to Barking

3. Overground: Euston to Watford

2 Responses to “Tube Challenge Status”

  1. Linda james
    February 1, 2017 at 9:57 am #

    we are doing the Victoria line walk. in need for great Ormond street hospital. on the 1st week of September
    would it please be possible for you to send us a copy of the map you used to do your walk
    it would be very much appreciated
    kind regards

    Linda

    • Ian
      February 7, 2017 at 6:33 am #

      Hi Linda,

      Did not use a map per se, just Google maps. Plotted the best way to walk to the next station once I reached one.

      Ian

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