Tooting Broadway tube station

Tooting Broadway tube station

London stations
name = Tooting Broadway

caption = Tooting Broadway tube sign
manager = London Underground
zone = 3
locale = Tooting
borough = Wandsworth
years = 1926
events = Opened (C&SLR)
platforms = 2
tubeexits06 = 12.193
tubeexits07 = 13.186|

Tooting Broadway tube station is a London Underground station in Tooting, South London. The station is on the Northern Line, between Tooting Bec and Colliers Wood stations. It is located on the corner of Tooting High Street (A24) and Mitcham Road (A217). The station is in Travelcard Zone 3.


The station was designed by Charles Holden and was opened on 13 September 1926 as part of the Morden extension of the City & South London Railway (now part of the Northern Line).

Southbound trains can terminate at Tooting Broadway on occasion rather than continue on to end of the line at Morden three stations to the south. To return north, out of service trains run south from the southbound platform into a reversing siding between the two running tunnels before reversing and running north through points on to the northbound platform where they return into service.

Transport connections

The following London Buses routes serve the station (times are Mon-Fri off-peak) (correct as of 6 May 2007)
*44 (Tooting Station-Victoria) every 10 minutes
*57 (Kingston-Streatham Hill) every 8 minutes
*77 (Tooting-Waterloo) every 10 minutes
*127 (Purley-Tooting) every 15 minutes
*131 (Tooting Broadway-Kingston) every 8 minutes
*155 (Tooting "St. George's Hospital"-Elephant & Castle) every 8 minutes
*219 (Wimbledon-Clapham Junction) every 12 minutes
*264 (Tooting "St. George's Hospital"-Croydon) every 10 minutes
*270 (Mitcham "Cricketers"-Putney Bridge) every 10 minutes
*280 (Tooting "St. George's Hospital"-Belmont) every 10 minutes
*333 (Tooting-Elephant & Castle station) every 10 minutes
*355 (Mitcham "Cricketers"-Brixton station) every 12 minutes
*G1 (Shaftesbury Estate-Norbury) every 20 minutes

Night buses:
*N44 (Sutton Green-Aldwych) running every 30 minutes from 2354-0518
*57 (Kingston-Clapham Park) running every 30 minutes from 0000-04:00
*N155 (Morden-Aldwych) running every 15 minutes from 0023-0523
*264 (Tooting "St. George's Hospital"-Croydon) running about every 30 minutes from 0000-0500

External links

* [ London's Transport Museum Photographic Archive]
**ltmcollection|03/i0000d03.jpg|Construction of station showing escalator shaft, 1926
**ltmcollection|59/9857959.jpg|Tooting Broadway station, 1927
**ltmcollection|jy/i00000jy.jpg|Tooting Broadway station, 1988


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