Heading home in the heat? Here’s what London Underground lines you should avoid!

Get ready for another sweltering Tube journey this evening London!

Temperatures over 40C have been reported on Underground in the past, and with the hottest day of the year pretty much confirmed it’s only going to get worse.

So what lines should you skip and maybe walk or get a bus instead?

According to data released by TfL last year the Bakerloo line saw temperatures reach as high as 31.04C in 2017 while the Central Line was the second hottest with highs of 30.47C.

The figures included the average hottest recorded temperatures for the Bakerloo, Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria and Waterloo and City lines in August 2017.

The coolest line without air conditioning is Waterloo and City with the hottest temperature recorded at 25.95C.

London’s hottest lines

  • Bakerloo 31.04C
  • Central 30.47C
  • Jubilee 26.57C
  • Northern 27.98C
  • Picadilly 27.3C
  • Victoria 28.03C
  • Waterloo and City 25.95C

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