Full Night Tube and London Overground map revealed

The full Night Tube map has been revealed following the announcement of a new service linking the Overground to Highbury and Islington and the Victoria line.

Transport for London say thousands more passengers will benefit from the extended Night Overground to Canonbury and Highbury and Islington stations, which will run from from February 23.

The new service will link up the Overground and Victoria line for the first time easing the journeys of people travelling to north and east London.

Since December last year, the Night Overground has run on Friday and Saturday nights, with 35,000 customers using the service between Dalston Junction and New Cross Gate.

Revellers are helped by a police officer as they wait to board the Night Tube (Getty Images)

This is understood to be the final amendment to the Night Tube map for the foreseeable future. 

In its first year, the Night Tube has seen more than nine million journeys, cut late night journey times by 20 minutes, created more than 3,600 jobs and contributed more than £170 million to the capital’s economy, according to TfL.  

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: “Following our hugely successful launch of the Night Tube, I’m delighted that we will be able to extend the Night Overground service to help even more Londoners.

Sadiq Khan riding the first Night Tube service back in 2016 (Getty Images)

“This extension will connect the Night Overground to the Night Tube.

“These night-time services are providing a huge boost to our economy and a safe and reliable way for people to travel across the capital, helping all those working hard during the night or out enjoying everything the capital’s nightlife has to offer.”

Black and white photos of Tube being built released for 155th birthday


Men in top hats ride the Tube for the first time for an early trial trip on the new Metropolitan line at Edgware Road.

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Building the tunnel using the ‘cut and cover’ method of construction at Praed Street, in Paddington.

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Construction work on the Metropolitan Railway at Leinster Gardens, Bayswater, near to Bayswater, Queensway and Lancaster Gate stations.

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One of the early trains on the Metropolitan line: A Class locomotive No 4 (‘Mercury’), circa 1868.

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‘Cut and cover’ construction techniques on the Metropolitan Railway extension.

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The ‘cut and cover’ method being used to build underground tunnels at Praed Street, Paddington, circa 1866.

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Workers building Gloucester Road station, which opened in 1868, in a photo taken by Henry Flather who documented the District line being built.

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Jonathan Fox, TfL’s Director of London Rail and Sponsored Services, said: “The extension of Night Overground to Highbury & Islington will make life easier for thousands more Londoners and visitors, opening up a new late night connection between east and north London and boosting the night time economy.

“It builds on the great success of the Night Overground services we introduced last year, which have already seen more than 35,000 customers.”

Source : https://www.standard.co.uk/news/transport/full-night-tube-and-overground-map-revealed-as-highbury-and-islington-rail-services-link-up-with-a3765761.html