London has been shaped by its railways, ever since the Metropolitan opened as the world’s first underground line in 1863. Services across the Tube network will be reduced and stations will be closed as London locks down further against coronavirus. The Circle line will be shut entirely, while the District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines will all be closed partly. Jubilee Line. ... London Bridge. Image caption Covent Garden is one of the stations currently closed . London Bridge is closed in both directions to all traffic except buses, licensed taxis and cyclists. London metro trains normally run until around midnight. Bank station evacuated: London underground stop closed -commuters told leave 'immediately' BANK underground station was evacuated, with passengers told to "leave immediately". London Underground weekend closures: The Tube lines shut on March 14 and 15. The London Underground is going to be severely reduced while coronavirus continues to take hold so that the capital's critical workers can get around more safely.. From Friday (March 20), there will be no Waterloo & City line service. London Underground services on the East London line ceased in 2007 so that it could be extended and converted to London Overground operation, and in December 2009 the Circle line changed from serving a closed loop around the centre of London to a spiral also serving Hammersmith. London Underground (LU) said both the Central and Waterloo and City lines would stay closed as investigations continued into the accident at Chancery Lane in central London which injured 32 people. London Underground opening times vary slightly from line to line, but the first London subway trains normally start running around 5am, from Monday to Saturday, with reduced operating hours on Sunday. ... London Underground. Due to the coronavirus pandemic TfL has significantly reduced services across the London Underground network and has closed dozens of stations and halted the Night Tube. There are …