A is for Aldgate, built on a plague pit,
B is for Bank where they left in the drill bit.
C is for Circle, the line of bartenders,
D is for District, the line of Eastenders.
E's for Earl's Court, The Doctor's deserted,
F's Finsbury Park (Krapy rubsnif inverted).
G is for Greenford, and its unique inclinator,
Holloway's our H, for its spiral escalator.
I's Inspector Sands, you've heard his announcement?
J's Jubilee, and its Neeeeeesden pronouncement.
K is for KniGHTSBRidge, six consonants in a row,
L is for Lambeth, London's centre, you know.
M's Mansion House, closer options abound,
N is for Northern, longest trip underground.
O is for Ongar, whose platforms are quaint,
P is for posters, in Microsoft Paint?
Q is for Queen, she once drove the trains,
R is for roundel, you'll spot many strains.
S is for Sloane Square, where wild waters race,
T is for Tooting, it's in outer space.
U's Upminster Bridge and its dubious styles,
V's the Victoria line and its much brighter tiles.
W's for whiteboards, their jokes are first class,
X recalls uXbridge's uneXpected stained glass.
Y is for Yerkes, who made the tube better,
Z's BelsiZe Park, the only stop with that letter.