Here is your Status updates on transport information for London

Central Line: No service between Woodford and Epping and between Hainault and Woodford and SEVERE DELAYS on the rest of the line due to a faulty train. Tickets are being accepted on London Buses. Circle Line: Minor delays due to an absence of train operators and a signal failure at West Kensington on the District line. District Line: No service between Earl's Court and Ealing Broadway / Richmond and SEVERE DELAYS on the rest of the line due to signal failure at West Kensington. Tickets are being accepted on local buses and South Western Railway. Jubilee Line: Minor delays, southbound only, due to a faulty train at Finchley Road earlier. Free signup to our Expat Match ...just click ExpatMatch.com now !! London Overground: MINOR DELAYS between New Cross and Dalston Junction due to an absence of train operators. MINOR DELAYS between Stratford and Clapham Junction due to faulty trains. MINOR DELAYS between Euston and Watford Junction and between Liverpool Street and Chesh…
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Here is your Transport information for this weekend

London Underground Bakerloo line This weekend there will be no service on the entire line, whilst we carry out essential work. Due to the highly complex nature of this work, on Monday morning a very limited service will run between: • Harrow & Wealdstone and Queen’s Park • Elephant & Castle and Piccadilly Circus Services between Queen’s Park and Piccadilly Circus will begin after 08:00 on Monday morning. We will try to start services before then if we can. Jubilee line There will be no Friday and Saturday Night Tube service between Waterloo and Wembley Park from approximately 00:45 to 04:40 Saturday and approximately 03:00 to 06:00 Sunday. This is to allow for the movement of engineering trains. London Overground All weekend there will be no service between Euston and Willesden Junction due to London Underground track and drainage work. From 18:30 on Saturday 18 November until Sunday 14 January 2018, trains will not run between Gospel Oak an…
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Changing of the Guard Walking Tour: Buckingham Palace

The Changing of The Guard is one of the most famous ceremonies in the world and a must-see London attraction, but what is the best way to experience it? There is more to it than can possibly be seen if you just join the melee pushing up against the gates of Buckingham Palace trying to catch a glimpse. Over 2 hours we will offer you some of the best timed views of the different sites of the ceremony, and unlike any other London tour we will also explain to you why it is happening and trace the fascinating origins of the tempestuous history of guarding The Monarchy, allowing you to thoroughly appreciate what it is that you are witnessing. BOOK NOW Highlights Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city Family friendly Step back in time on a history tour Informative, friendly and professional guide Small-group tour Meet your guide outside of St. James's underground station and head over to Westminster Abbey and The Houses of Parliament to learn about …
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