A number of services on the London Underground will be closed or partially closed from next week (November 1).
This is due to planned repair work that will be carried out on some lines.
Hereare the full list of closures for the week ahead.
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From Saturday (November 6) to Sunday (November 7), the Bakerloo line will be partially closed between Queen’s Park to Harrow & Wealdstone.
From Saturday (November 6) to Sunday (November 7), trains will not stop at Whitechapel station on the District Line.
Hammersmith and City Line
From Saturday (November 6) to Sunday (November 7), trains will not stop at Whitechapel station on the Hammersmith and City Line.
From Saturday (November 6) to Sunday (November 7), the DLR will be partially closed between Stratford International and Woolwich Arsenal.
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From Monday (November 1) to Thursday (November 4), the London Overground will be closed from Hackney Downs to Enfield Town and Cheshunt via Seven Sisters after 10.45pm and from Sydenham to West Croydon after 11.30pm.
From Saturday (November 6) to Sunday (November 7), the Overground will be closed in the following places.
- Euston to Watford Junction
- Highbury & Islington to Shadwell
- Surrey Quays to New Cross
- Willesden Junction to Clapham Junction
TFL Rail West
On Sunday (November 7), there will be a reduced service between Paddington and Hayes & Harlington.
Trains will not stop at Acton Main Line, Hanwell, and West Ealing
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