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Your Christmas trains on the London Underground and DLR

PUBLISHED: 10:41 24 December 2009 | UPDATED: 15:25 05 October 2010

PASSENGERS face disruptions on the London Underground, DLR and Overground during the Christmas weekend from today (Dec 24) to Monday, December 28. All networks are completely shut Christmas Day

By Mike Brooke

PASSENGERS face disruptions on the London Underground, DLR and Overground during the Christmas weekend from today (Thurs, Dec 24) to Monday, December 28. All networks are completely shut tomorrow, Christmas Day.

Passengers can check before travelling on Transport for London’s Travel Website as well as the 24-hour telephone helpline, 020 7222 1234.

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LONDON UNDERGROUND

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THURSDAY, Christmas Eve, December 24

Saturday service until 7pm, then less frequent. Marylebone station (Bakerloo) closes 9.45pm.

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FRIDAY, Christmas Day, December 25

No trains.

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SATURDAY, Boxing Day, December 26

Reduced Sunday’ services. First trains through central London 8.30am, services finishing at Sunday times.

Following exceptions:

Bakerloo: Suspended between Stonebridge Park and Queen’s Park, due to Network Rail engineering. Replacement buses operating, calling at all stops between. In addition, some stations are closed: Edgware Rd (Bakerloo), Kilburn Pk, Lambeth North and Marylebone.

Central: Suspended between Hainault and Woodford. In addition, stations closed at: Buckhurst Hill, Chancery Lane, Chigwell, Fairlop, Grange Hill, Queensway, Roding Valley, Ruislip Gardens and Snaresbrook.

District and Circle not stopping at Blackfriars until late 2011. Passengers advised to use Temple or Mansion House. Other stations closed Saturday are Cannon St, Farringdon, Goldhawk Rd, Gt Portland St, Latimer Rd, Royal Oak, Bow Rd, Chiswick Pk, Kensington-Olympia, Ravenscourt Pk and Upminster Bridge.

Hammersmith & City, stations closed are: Bow Rd, Farringdon, Goldhawk Rd, Gt Portland St, Latimer Rd and Royal Oak.

Jubilee completely suspended for engineering work. Metropolitan trains extra stop at Willesden Grn.

Replacement buses operating:

- Waterloo to Canada Water, calling at all stops.

- North Greenwich to Stratford, calling at Canning Town and West Ham.

- Finchley Road to Wembley Park, calling at all stops.

- Wembley Park to Stanmore, calling at all stops.

Metropolitan suspended between Aldgate and Baker Street, as well as Moor Park to Watford and Rickmansworth to Amersham and Chesham. Stations from Aldgate to Baker Street are served by the Circle or Hammersmith & City. In addition, stations closed are: Farringdon, Gt Portland St, Northwood Hills, Moor Pk, Croxley, Watford, Chorleywood, Chalfont & Latimer, Chesham and Amersham.

Waterloo & City completely shut.

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SUNDAY, December 27

Normal Sunday service on all lines, except:

Bakerloo suspended between Stonebridge Park and Queen’s Park, with replacement buses, calling at all stops.

District and Circle not stopping at Blackfriars.

Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Farringdon station closed.

Jubilee completely suspended. Metropolitan trains extra stop at Willesden Grn.

Replacement buses operating:

- Waterloo to Canada Water, calling at all stops.

- North Greenwich to Stratford, calling at Canning Town and West Ham.

- Finchley Road to Wembley Park, calling at all stops.

- Wembley Park to Stanmore, calling at all stops.

Waterloo & City no service.

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MONDAY, Bank Holiday, December 28:

Saturday service on all lines, except:

Bakerloo: Suspended between Stonebridge Park and Queen’s Park, due to Network Rail engineering, with replacement buses calling at all stops. In addition, some stations are closed: Edgware Rd (Bakerloo), Kilburn Pk, Lambeth North and Marylebone.

Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Farringdon closed.

Jubilee completely suspended. Metropolitan trains extra stop at Willesden Grn.

Replacement buses operating:

- Waterloo to Canada Water, calling at all stops.

- North Greenwich to Stratford, calling at Canning Town and West Ham.

- Finchley Road to Wembley Park, calling at all stops.

- Wembley Park to Stanmore, calling at all stops.

Waterloo & City no service.

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DLR

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THURSDAY, Christmas Eve, December 24

Services suspended between Bank-Tower Gateway and Poplar-West India Quay for major engineering extending platforms to take three-carriage trains in the New Year. Replacement buses between Bank and Canary Wharf.

Trains are running from Stratford to Lewisham, Poplar to Beckton, Lewisham to Woolwich Arsenal, Crossharbour to Woolwich Arsenal and Canning Town to Woolwich Arsenal.

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FRIDAY, Christmas Day, December 25

No trains.

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SATURDAY, Boxing Day, December 26

Reduced services from 8.30am to 11.30pm, every 15 minutes on all routes with extra trains from Tower Gateway to Lewisham and Canary Wharf to Stratford. Bank DLR closed.

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SUNDAY, December 27

Modified Sunday service with enhanced frequencies between Tower Gateway and Lewisham and between Stratford and Canary Wharf. Bank DLR closed.

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MONDAY, December 28

Modified Sunday’ service with extra trains from Tower Gateway to Lewisham and Stratford to Canary Wharf. Bank DLR closed.

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LONDON OVERGROUND

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THURSDAY, Christmas Eve, December 24

A weekday’ service operating, but reduced after 7.45 this-evening, last trains depart 8.15pm.

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FRIDAY, Christmas Day, December 25

No trains.

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SATURDAY, Boxing Day, December 26

No trains.

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SUNDAY, December 27

No trains Stratford to Richmond (Alternative District Line Gunnersbury-Richmond), Barking to Gospel Oak, Willesden Junction to Shepherd’s Bush and Queen’s Park to Harrow & Wealdstone.

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MONDAY, Bank Holiday, December 28

No trains Stratford to Richmond (Alternative District Line Gunnersbury-Richmond), Barking to Gospel Oak, Willesden Junction to Shepherd’s Bush and Queen’s Park to Harrow & Wealdstone.

Barking to Gospel Oak running Saturday’ service.

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Passengers can check on Transport for London’s Travel Website and the 24-hour telephone helpline, 020 7222 1234.

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