How to use the London Oyster Card on the Tube





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Published on Sep 27, 2010

One of the best subway systems in the world is the London Tube. Both extensive in the length of tracks as well as the number of stations, the London Tube will whisk you to your favorite destinations quickly and in comfort. In three easy to follow steps, Annie Coburn coaches you on how to use the London Oyster Card to travel on the Tube during your visit to London. Dominic Taylor reminded me to tell viewers that you can buy singles and return tickets. Single ride and return ticket purchasing options are available. William Tiurner on details for disabled travelers riding the Tube:
There are two different types of disabled access symbol on the map, on blue, one white. The blue one indicates that there is step free access from the street to the train, so you can board in let's say a wheelchair with no assistance. The other symbol, the white one, means there there is only level access from the street to the platform. This means that although there will be lifts etc. to get you onto the platform, there will be a step up to get onto the train.
Oliver Johnson corrected the fact that the London Underground isn't one of the oldest subway systems. It is the oldest subway system. Thanks Oliver.


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