current updates for London Tube – holiday season 2014-15

The Christmas holidays usually mean reduced services; click on the link here and hover your mouse over the colored blocks to see the Planned Works for Christmas week/end.

In general – see LIVE STATUS UPDATES – maybe load it into your smart phone?

Everything is running normally until Christmas Day when the whole system is shut. Beginning on Boxing Day, see this link with the latest news with the following highlights.

Waterloo/City as well as London Overground have no service at all on Boxing Day.

Circle line – Edgware Road to Aldgate via Victoria is shut between 26 and 30 December 

District line – Edgware Road and Embankment to Ealing Common/ Richmond /Wimbledon / Kensington(Olympia) between 26 and 30 December BUT all stations between Barons Court and Acton Town will be served by the Piccadilly line

Jubilee line – Waterloo to Finchley Road closed between 26 and 30 December

DLR – Canning Town to Beckton closed on Friday, 26 December 

Piccadilly line – Rayners Lane to Uxbridge is down on 31 December – revelers be advised!

Hammersmith/City line has a midday shutdown (10 am thru 1530 pm) on 31 December to enable the line to run all night. Wheee!

So far, the only closure on the 3-4 Jan weekend is on the Central line between Marble Arch and Holborn.

The Winter Wonderland Christmas market in Hyde Park means roads are closed inside the park through Sunday, 4 January.

Road closures and disruptions listed here. Click here to see disruptions for London Overground 

Reminders –

Arsenal station is closed between 27 and 30 December

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