The world's tubes compared
We adore it, but how does our beloved underground line match up against other world cities‘? Here we present the definitive statistical comparison with Tokyo, Paris, New York, Moscow, Berlin and, er, Glasgow
Posted: Tue Apr 17 2007
The Underground on filmFrom alien spaceships to female scorpians, American werewolves and Woody Harrelson - the world's underground train lines have played host to numerous onscreen oddities. Time Out judges the world's tubes on film.
Claim to fameHow did a New York train driver lose a train on the subway for seven years? Here's our tales and legends of the world's subterranean railways.
Cheapest fareSo where's the most expensive place in the world to travel by tube? We wonder...
Deepest stationAt almost 100 meters below sea level where is the world's deepest tube station?
StationsWhich city in the world boasts the most tube stations?
Year of constrcutionBuilt in 1863 London's tube system was the envy of the world, but which city was the next to follow suit?
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