Travelers are facing disruption today as the London Overground closes and several lines face severe delays. 

The London Overground is running on reduced service with some major lines closed as Storm Eunice moves into the capital.

Currently, there is no service between Romford and Upminster,  Edmonton Green and Cheshunt,  Edmonton Green and Cheshunt and between Clapham Junction and Wandsworth Road.

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Between Richmond and Stratford, there is a reduced service also due to strong winds from Storm Eunice. 

TFL is also warning that journeys can take longer as speed restrictions are in force during severe weather. 

London Underground Updated Travel:

  • Bakerloo Line has no service between Queen's Park and Harrow & Wealdstone and minor delays on the rest of the line. Tickets can be used on local buses.
  • District Line has no service between High Street Kensington and Edgware Road as a signal failure needs fixing at High Street Kensington. Severe delays on the rest of the line remain.
  • Circle Line has severe delays.
  • Hammersmith & City has severe delays.
  • Metropolitan Line has minor delays.
  • Jubilee Line has good service.
  • Piccadilly Line has severe delays due to obstruction on the track.
  • Trams have no service between Wandle Park and East Croydon until February 20 at 11.30pm because of engineering work that is planned.
  • TfL Rail no service due to obstruction on the track.
  • Victoria has minor delays due to train cancellations. 

To get the latest updates for the London Underground or TFL networks you can download the TFL app or find out via the website