South London is situated south of the River Thames, consisting of eleven whole boroughs and part of the cross-river borough of Richmond Upon Thames. It begins at Southwark at the southern end of London Bridge.
Very little of London’s underground rail network lies south of the river, largely due to the challenging geology, however with new technology making tunnelling cheaper this may well lead to an improved underground provision in south London with the Crossrail 2 line proposed alongside extensions to the Northern and Bakerloo Lines.
South London contains a very extensive overground rail network and all of London’s trams operate within the area.
Richmond Upon Thames