Why is Temple Shut?

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swt_passenger

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Was it Temple that closed at weekends, (or at least Sundays), back when such things were still fairly common in the central area?
 

Mikey C

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I was surprised tonight at how many stations are still only open 7am to 7pm weekdays. Goodge Street for example is hardly some out in the sticks station

Indeed Camden seems badly affected, it seems strange that Chalk Farm, Hampstead and Swiss Cottage have all got significant restrictions as well when stations further out and quieter are all fully open.
 

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Indeed Camden seems badly affected, it seems strange that Chalk Farm, Hampstead and Swiss Cottage have all got significant restrictions as well when stations further out and quieter are all fully open.
Chalk Farm finally reopens from this Monday 14 September M-F 0700-1900; from Sunday, Hampstead is open weekends too 0700-1900.
 

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Indeed Camden seems badly affected, it seems strange that Chalk Farm, Hampstead and Swiss Cottage have all got significant restrictions as well when stations further out and quieter are all fully open.
Do not forget that many of the stations “further out” in particular can remain open even if they are unstaffed (or staff of a lower grade are available). This also applies to a handful of zone 1/2 stations, but the frequency of sub-surface stations is greater in this area.
 

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