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London Underground, Overground, Network Rail and London bus closures this Bank holiday weekend


Making the many of the lengthy weekend? London’s glorious transport methods make it extraordinarily simple to get from A to B.

So whether or not that is going to a park or the pub, it is easy to get about. However there’s some disruption this weekend.

Three complete London Underground strains shall be closed, there are main adjustments to trains on the favored route out of Euston and long-term roadworks are in place on all three days.

But by no means worry as My London has you lined to be sure to keep away from journey chaos.

London Underground

There are a number of disruptions to the Tube community this weekend

A giant chunk of the London Underground shall be closed for engineering works on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday. There isn’t any service on the complete Circle, Hammersmith & City and Waterloo & City strains.

The Metropolitan line has the next closures:

  • No trains between Chalfont & Latimer and Amersham on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday

  • No trains on the entire line after 6.30pm on Saturday and Sunday plus 12-5pm on Bank Holiday Monday

The District line has the next closures:

  • On Saturday, there are not any trains between Hammersmith and West Ham, Edgware Road and Olympia/Wimbledon by way of Earl’s Court

  • On Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday, trains are solely working between West Ham and Upminster. No service on the remainder of the road

There can even be minor adjustments on the Piccadilly line between South Harrow and Uxbridge.

Network Rail

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There shall be disruption at Euston

Network Rail are asking us all to ‘look earlier than you guide’, particularly for these of us travelling up North.

Euston is anticipated to be busy as engineering works imply fewer trains and cancellations to locations resembling Milton Keynes, Northampton, Birmingham, Manchester, the Lake District and Scotland.

London Northwestern Railway trains will not be stopping at Wembley Central, Harrow & Wealdstone and Bushey, you’ll want to make use of London Overground as a substitute.

Tim Shoveller of Network Rail stated, “While this is not going to be as disruptive as earlier financial institution holidays, some journeys should still see bus substitute companies in operation. I’d urge individuals to verify National Rail Enquiries upfront of May 29-31 in order that they know precisely what to anticipate from their journey.”

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All weekend there are adjustments to London Overground companies together with no trains between Highbury & Islington and Shadwell, Surrey Quays and New Cross. There can even be no Thameslink trains between Mill Hill Broadway and West Hampstead Thameslink.

On Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday, there are not any Southern companies from London Victoria or Milton Keynes-Clapham Junction. For locations in South London, Surrey and East Sussex, you’ll have to go by way of London Bridge or use Thameslink as a substitute.

Buses and trams

Some excellent news! Bus and Tram companies will run as regular all weekend. Remember, there shall be a much less frequent service on Monday because of the Bank Holiday.

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As with most Bank Holidays, the roads are anticipated to be busy for the getaway on Thursday and Friday. TfL’s visitors info can hold you updated.

There are at present main roadworks in Cricklewood, Euston and Victoria so keep away from roads in these areas which is able to possible be gridlocked.

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