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LHR to Victoria by Tube - Best Place to Transfer

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Hi all...

We're taking the tube from LHR to Victoria. The TFL site has the transfer from Piccadilly to District at Hammersmith.

However, looking at the map, transferring at South Kensington seems more time-efficient in that the Piccadilly line skips some stops between Hammersmith and South Kensington that the District line stops at.

Is there something about the transfer at South Kensington that I should know -- a very long and stair-filled transfer, for instance -- that does not occur at Hammersmith?

NOTE: On our last visit we went all the way to Green Park for the transfer (to Victoria line) because there was a lot of work going on on the District & Circle lines that we were warned about. Hopefully that will not be a problem. [It was during the run-up to the Olympics.]

Thanks.
Steve

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