London Overground goes 24-hour, joining night tube
Passengers will be able to travel between Dalston in east and New Cross Gate in the south through night at weekends
Passengers in east London will from now on be able to travel on the “night overground”. The 24-hour services will operate on Friday and Saturday nights on the London Overground.The service currently ends at around 12.30am from Monday to Saturday. Trains will run approximately every 15 minutes between Dalston Junction, east London, and New Cross Gate, south-east London, throughout the night. However, it will not call at Whitechapel station due to Crossrail works, which will finish in summer 20...
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