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Engineering works planned for the Tube and Overground this weekend

06:30 07 September 2013

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Most of the Tube network will remain unaffected by planned engineering works this weekend, with closures confirmed on parts of the Northern and Central lines and the Docklands Light Railway.

Trains will not run in the early hours of the morning on the Edgware branch of the Northern line on Sunday while new signalling is being tested.

Trains will start from 8.30am southbound between Camden Town and Edgware, and from 9am northbound.

The western section of the Central line, from White City to Ealing Broadway and West Ruislip, will be closed both days while points are replaced at Northolt and drainage is improved in the Acton area.

On Sunday on the Overground network, there is no service between Willesden Junction and Richmond, and no service between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction, due to track improvement work.

On the Docklands Light Railway, trains will not run between Westferry and Beckton for track maintenance work.

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