Travel: DLR and District line partially closed

06:42 24 December 2012

Two lines on the London transport network are partially closed today.

The Docklands Light Railway is shut between Canning Town and Beckton and between Shadwell and Bank.

Replacement bus services are in operation, and the closures will remain in place until Friday.

There is also no service on the District line between Earls Court and Kensington today.

On the rail trains between Brighton and London via Gatwick Airport will now run clearly after signalling problems caused by a fire at Preston Park on Friday were fixed.

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