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Romford commuters among those set to bear the brunt of fresh 24-hour Tube strike next week

PUBLISHED: 09:55 15 February 2017 | UPDATED: 09:55 15 February 2017

Romford station.

Romford station.

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As unions announce another Central line tube strike, rail passengers in Romford are expected to feel the squeeze.

Central line drivers are set to stage a 24-hour walkout from 9pm next Tuesday, until 9pm the following day.

It is expected there will be no service east of Leytonstone with many commuters altering travel plans.

A major congestion pinch-point is predicted to be TfL rail services between Romford and Stratford, on Wednesday morning and evening.

Rush hour passengers are being asked to leave more time for journeys.


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