TRAVEL: London Underground Bank Holiday weekend delays

07:00 04 May 2012

Bank Holiday weekend travel is being disrupted on parts of the London Underground and the Overground network because of engineering work, passengers are being warned.

Closures are scheduled on parts of the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, District, Northern and Piccadilly lines and London Overground as well as all of the Victoria Line.

CIRCLE: Suspended Aldgate via King’s Cross St Pancras to Edgware Road Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for Crossrail work at Liverpool Street and Thameslink work at Farringdon. Trains are only running between Aldgate and Edgware Road via Victoria.

HAMMERSMITH & CITY: Suspended King’s Cross St Pancras to Barking Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for Crossrail work at Liverpool Street and Thameslink work at Farringdon.

METROPOLITAN: Suspended Aldgate to Baker Street Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for Crossrail work at Liverpool Street and Thameslink work at Farringdon.

DISTRICT: Suspended Ealing Broadway to Turnham Green Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for track work at Ealing Common, but Piccadilly trains are making an extra stop at Turnham Green.

NORTHERN: Suspended Camden Town to High Barnet and Mill Hill East Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for line upgrade work.

PICCADILLY: Suspended Acton Town to Uxbridge on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for track work at Ealing Common, but making an extra stop at Turnham Green.

VICTORIA: Suspended Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday for line upgrade work.

OVERGROUND: Suspended Richmond to Willesden Junction Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday and suspended Clapham Junction to Kensington (Olympia) Sunday only due to Network Rail signalling work.

But there are no planned works on the DLR or the Central, Jubilee, Bakerloo or Waterloo & City lines.

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