King’s Cross St Pancras is formally London’s most anxious Tube station.

The Zone 1 London Underground cease topped an inventory that included Financial institution and Monument, Stratford and Waterloo.

The outcomes had been compiled by PowWowNow, which created an index primarily based on the variety of individuals coming into and exiting stations, adverse and impartial social media mentions and whole size of delays in minutes.

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The index is out of three, with King’s Cross scoring 1.9. 

It was the busiest Tube station, with 97.92 million individuals coming into and exiting over the course of 2017, plus got here 17th out of 268 stations when it comes to delays – it clocked 1,853 minutes of delays between November 2017 and October 2018.

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Passengers on the London Underground in 1955

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The London Tube is celebrating its 150th anniversary

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World Warfare II, 25th, September, 1940, Members of the general public huddle collectively in a London underground station

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Queen Elizabeth II travels on a tube prepare after the official opening ceremony of London Underground’s Victoria Line in 1969

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A London Transport official displaying the Prince of Wales the controls within the driver’s automobile of a Jubilee Line prepare in 1979

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Emergency providers at Chancery Lane Underground Station in London after a tube prepare derailed in 2003

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On this file image taken on September 4, 2007 passengers jostle to enter the Underground station at Waterloo Station in central London, as commuters battled with extreme transport disruption to get to work as unions staged a second day of strikes on the capital’s underground system

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Mayor of London Boris Johnson on the opening of the ticket corridor at King’s Cross St Pancras Station

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Londoners take shelter within the London Underground throughout the Blitz

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David Cameron travelling by tube on the Underground to the O2 Area in London

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Lord Ashfield handing over the silver key to Col. Moore Brabazon throughout the opening of the Northern line, London in 1926

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Two ‘buskers’ entertain travellers by enjoying musical devices on the London Underground in central London

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London resident Jean Farrow, 36, one of many first straight recruited feminine drivers sitting on the entrance of a tube prepare at Hammersmith station

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An underground prepare heads into Central London on the Piccadilly Line on day of winter

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Torchbearer and London Underground worker John Gentle carrying the Olympic Flame onto an underground prepare at Wimbledon Station, London

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The hearth-damaged escalators at King’s Cross underground station in London in 1987

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London Underground employees constructing the Piccadilly Line extension at Turnpike Lane in 1930

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Marble Arch Tube Station

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A commuter at Westminster

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Victorian tile indicators have been up to date with extra trendy ones in some stations

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London Mayor Boris Johnson travelling on the Tube

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Financial institution station throughout the London 2012 Olympics

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Oyster playing cards had been launched on the Tube in 2003

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The doorway to Westminster Underground with Large Ben within the background

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Consumers eager to catch the Boxing Day sale queue outdoors Bond Avenue for the Tube station to open early AM

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The Tube’s famously dirt-covering patterned seat cloth

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A lady at Oxford Circus station

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Passengers on the London Underground in 1955

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The London Tube is celebrating its 150th anniversary

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World Warfare II, 25th, September, 1940, Members of the general public huddle collectively in a London underground station

Getty Photographs

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Queen Elizabeth II travels on a tube prepare after the official opening ceremony of London Underground’s Victoria Line in 1969

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A London Transport official displaying the Prince of Wales the controls within the driver’s automobile of a Jubilee Line prepare in 1979

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Emergency providers at Chancery Lane Underground Station in London after a tube prepare derailed in 2003

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On this file image taken on September 4, 2007 passengers jostle to enter the Underground station at Waterloo Station in central London, as commuters battled with extreme transport disruption to get to work as unions staged a second day of strikes on the capital’s underground system

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Mayor of London Boris Johnson on the opening of the ticket corridor at King’s Cross St Pancras Station

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Londoners take shelter within the London Underground throughout the Blitz

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David Cameron travelling by tube on the Underground to the O2 Area in London

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Lord Ashfield handing over the silver key to Col. Moore Brabazon throughout the opening of the Northern line, London in 1926

PA

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Two ‘buskers’ entertain travellers by enjoying musical devices on the London Underground in central London

AFP

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London resident Jean Farrow, 36, one of many first straight recruited feminine drivers sitting on the entrance of a tube prepare at Hammersmith station

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An underground prepare heads into Central London on the Piccadilly Line on day of winter

AFP

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Torchbearer and London Underground worker John Gentle carrying the Olympic Flame onto an underground prepare at Wimbledon Station, London

PA

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The hearth-damaged escalators at King’s Cross underground station in London in 1987

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London Underground employees constructing the Piccadilly Line extension at Turnpike Lane in 1930

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Marble Arch Tube Station

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A commuter at Westminster

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Victorian tile indicators have been up to date with extra trendy ones in some stations

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London Mayor Boris Johnson travelling on the Tube

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Financial institution station throughout the London 2012 Olympics

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Oyster playing cards had been launched on the Tube in 2003

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The doorway to Westminster Underground with Large Ben within the background

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Consumers eager to catch the Boxing Day sale queue outdoors Bond Avenue for the Tube station to open early AM

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The Tube’s famously dirt-covering patterned seat cloth

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A lady at Oxford Circus station

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Throughout 2018, the station had 144 adverse or impartial mentions on social media.

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Essentially the most delayed station was Acton City in Zone Three of London, with a complete of 4,432 minutes of delays. The North London Zone Four station Arnos Grove got here in second place, with 3,843 minutes, whereas Stratford station was third with 3,473 minutes.

When it comes to adverse feedback, Financial institution and Monument noticed essentially the most combined and adverse mentions on social media (394), with Victoria taking second place (162).

On the opposite finish of the stress spectrum, the three least delayed stations had been all on the Central line. 

The Zone Four station of Barkingside in East London noticed solely 17 minutes of delays, adopted by Redbridge (19 minutes) and Roding Valley (22 minutes).

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London’s most anxious Tube stations are nearly all in Zone 1, barring Stratford (Zone 3) and Canary Wharf (Zone 2).

15 most anxious Tube stations

King’s Cross St Pancras
Financial institution and Monument
Stratford
Waterloo
Victoria
Oxford Circus 
Liverpool Avenue
London Bridge
Paddington
Euston
Canary Wharf
Inexperienced Park
Tottenham Court docket Street
Piccadilly Circus
Bond Avenue