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Piccadilly Line help-Heathrow to Russell Square

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I am helping a friend's daughter to get from Heathrow to the Imperial Hotel at Russell Square the most economical way, if possible. I have only ever used a airport shuttle service from Heathrow. I have looked at the Tube map and see that both are on the Piccadilly line so it should be rather easy on a Saturday morning. Just wanted to see if there is something that I might be missing. Am I correct in thinking that it is a straight shot from the airport. It appears, though it may just be the coloration on my computer, that the line does split and heads off towards Uxbridge. Is that something that they will have to watch for, or only people that want to go towards Uxbridge have to worry about that. Any info that you can give me to help them out would be wonderful.

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