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Engineering works to close parts of Jubilee, Circle and District lines and Overground this weekend

16:59 13 September 2013

Planned engineeering works are taking place on several Tube lines this weekend.

Planned engineeering works are taking place on several Tube lines this weekend.

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Planned engineering works will close parts of the Jubilee line, Circle and District lines this weekend, as well as part of the Overground network.

On Sunday morning until 11am, Jubilee line trains will not run between Waterloo and Finchley Road due to tunnelling maintenance works on the line.

Station improvement work at Paddington and replacement of track in the area all weekend will prevent Circle line trains from running between Gloucester Road and Edgware Road stations, via High Street Kensington, and prevent District line trains running between Earl’s Court and Edgware Road stations, via High Street Kensington.

On the Overground, there is no service on Sunday between Willesden Junction and Camden Road stations all day, and no service between Stratford and Camden Road after 9.30pm both nights, to allow for Network Rail track improvement work.

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