The London Overground and TfL Rail services will run reduced schedules over the coming days after Network Rail put restrictions in place to allow more de-icing trains to operate.
On London Overground some services will finish from 2215 on Monday evening. Services will start from around 0600 on Tuesday, and the following routes will run a reduced service:
- West Anglia services will operate a Saturday service but with no service to Cheshunt.
- The Gospel Oak to Barking line will operate three trains per hour.
- The North London line will operate four trains per hour between Clapham Junction and Stratford. No service will operate to Richmond.
- Services from Romford to Upminster will not operate.
On TfL Rail, services on Monday evening will finish at 2300. A special timetable will then operate on Tuesday:
The first service from London Liverpool Street will depart at 0710.
- The first service from Ilford to London Liverpool Street will depart at 0717.
- The first service from Shenfield will depart at 0721.
- The last service from London Liverpool Street will depart at 2140.
- The last service from Shenfield will depart at 2111.
- In between these times, a ten minute service will operate with trains calling at all stations.
Jon Fox, Director of Rail, said: “I’d like to thank our customers for their patience while we action Network Rail’s requirement for an emergency timetable on TfL Rail and London Overground.
“We are working closely with Network Rail to do everything possible to minimise the consequences of the forecast severe weather on Londoners and ask customers to check before they travel, using our website or our Twitter feeds.”
Passengers are advised to check before they travel and to allow extra journey time where necessary. Customers can check before travelling by visiting tfl.gov.uk or following @TfLTravelAlerts, @TfLTrafficNews and @TfLBusAlerts on Twitter