South Buckinghamshire is lucky to have several stations that take passengers into the capital via the Underground, but there’s a catch.

Amersham, Chesham and Chalfont St Latimer, which are along the Metropolitan Line, can take commuters to places such as Baker Street, Wembley and of course, the main hub, King’s Cross/St Pancreas.

However, those using the Buckinghamshire-based tube stations must wait roughly an hour to get anywhere near the capital.

Why is this?

It’s because they are the locations furthest away from London that are currently part of the Underground system.

Chesham is a whopping 25 miles from any subterranean station and nearly four miles away from Chalfont St Latimer, making it the longest distance between two tube stations along the Underground.

Other stations that are some away from the capital include Epping, Theydon Bois, Debden, Loughton, Chorleywood, Rickmansworth, Watford and Moor Park