Tube Travel Arrangements over XMAS and New Year

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Julian G

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24th December
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Marylebone closes at 21:00
Queensway closed
Great Portland Street closes after 22:00
Shoreditch closed
Jubilee Line-Reduced Saturday service
Ruslip Manor- Trains not stopping Westbound
Waterloo & City line-Saturday service

25th December
Tube services are suspended

26th December
Edgware Road (Bakerloo), Kilburn Park, Lambeth North, Marylebone, Regent's Park, Hainault to Woodford section , Buckhurst Hill, Chancery
Lane, Holland Park, Ruslip Gardens, Snaresbrook, Barbican, Goldhawk Road, Latimer Road, Royal Oak, Great Portland Street, Kensington Olympia (LUL), Bow Road, Cannon Street, Chiswick Park , Mansion House, Ravenscourt Park, St.James Park, Temple, Upminster Bridge, Shoreditch , Amersham, Chalfont & Latimer, Chesham,Chorleywood,Croxley,Northwood Hills, Watford, Mill Hill East, Borough, Goodge Street, Mornington Crescent, Toteridge & Whetstone are closed
Jubilee line will be suspended
Metropolitan line : Trains to make additional stop at Willesden Green. Trains will not stop at Ruslip Manor. No service between Baker Street-Aldgate, Moor Park-Watford, Rickmansworth-Amersham,
Piccadilly Line- Services suspended between Rayners Lane-Uxbridge
Waterloo & City line- Services finish at 21:30

27th December
Queensway, Chancery Lane, Shoreditch are closed
Metropolitan Line will stop at Willesden Green
Ruslip Manor- Westbound Trains don't stop at the station
Great Portland Street will close after 22:00
Waterloo & City Line- Saturday service with trains finishing at 21:30

28th December
Queensway, Shoreditch are closed
Great Portland Street closes after 22:00
Cannon Street closes at 21:00
Jubilee line-suspended
Metropolitan Line (the same as 27th December)
Waterloo & City line- The same as 27th December
Ruslip Manor - The same as 27th December

29th and 30th December
Queensway, Shoreditch are closed
Cannon Street closes at 21:00
Great Portland Street closes after 22:00
Jubilee line-suspended
Metropolitan line- The same as 27th December
Ruslip Manor- Same as 27th December
Waterloo & City line- Same as 27th December

31st December (New Years Eve)
Central Line- No Hainault to Woodford service 20:00-07:30
Queensway,Chigwell, Roading Valley, Grange Hill, Snaresbrook, Fairlop and Chancery Line will close at Normal Saturday times
District Line- Cannon Street open 07:30-19:30 Kensington Olympia closes at 23:45
Shoreditch Closed
Piccadilly Line- No service Rayners Lane- Uxbridge

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Holland on Rail said:
You realy mean there are NO services?

"Welcome to london dear tourists, as you see, we in England still live in the middle ages, because everyone has a day off here during X-mas".
So very true. Trains used to run for a few hours on Christmas day, but that's a thing of the past now. There was an interesting discussion about this on District Dave's LU Forum which may be of interest.
 

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Holland on Rail said:
25th December
Tube services are suspended
What :!: :!: :!: :!:

You realy mean there are NO services?

"Welcome to london dear tourists, as you see, we in England still live in the middle ages, because everyone has a day off here during X-mas".

Why not operate a Double sunday service (1 train per 15 minutes or so)???
Well, why would you need to go out at Christmas? All the shops are closed!?

Besides, you shouldn't need to go out at christmas. You should be at any your destination the day before, say, if your visiting family, and you should have enough turkey to last until the day after boxing day, AT LEAST!! :P :lol:
 
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David (londontube) said:
Holland on Rail said:
25th December
Tube services are suspended
What :!: :!: :!: :!:

You realy mean there are NO services?

"Welcome to london dear tourists, as you see, we in England still live in the middle ages, because everyone has a day off here during X-mas".

Why not operate a Double sunday service (1 train per 15 minutes or so)???
Well, why would you need to go out at Christmas? All the shops are closed!?

Besides, you shouldn't need to go out at christmas. You should be at any your destination the day before, say, if your visiting family, and you should have enough turkey to last until the day after boxing day, AT LEAST!! :P :lol:
Traffic is reduced sufficiently on Christmas Day that it merits no service on this day.
 
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I believe certain workers with the tube, such as TOs are on standby during Christmas Day in case of a signal failure on this day (yes, they'll fix it on the 25th).
 

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tubechallenger said:
I believe certain workers with the tube, such as TOs are on standby during Christmas Day in case of a signal failure on this day (yes, they'll fix it on the 25th).
Really!! Including the Northern Line :shock: :P :lol:
 
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