Travel: No Northern line Tube service through central London this weekend due to engineering works

12:45 17 January 2014

Planned engineering works could affect your journeys this weekend.

Planned engineering works could affect your journeys this weekend.

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There will be no Northern line trains running through central London this weekend as part of the planned engineering works programme, while work on three other lines will also affect services.

Northern line trains will not run between Angel and Stockwell on the Bank branch, nor between Euston and Stockwell on the Charing Cross branch all weekend, to allow for testing of new signalling.

The Waterloo & City line will run extended hours on Sunday, from 10am to 8pm, in a bid to mitigate the disruption.

On the District line on Sunday there will be no service between Turnham Green and Richmond due to Network Rail engineering work, and on the Metropolitan line, trains will not run between Wembley Park and Northwood/Uxbridge all weekend for track replacement work at Preston Road and Ruislip. Piccadilly line trains will not run between South Harrow and Uxbridge for the same reason.

On the London Overground on Sunday, there is no service between Willesden Junction and Richmond, nor between Clapham Junction and Kensington (Olympia), to allow for work on Chiswick bridge.

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