Passengers travelling across London this Easter are set to expect serious disruption as planned closures take over the London Underground network.

As Transport for London encourages travellers to check before they travel with widespread closures and bank holiday services in place. 

But do not panic if you were planning to travel across the capital this Easter as they will still be plenty of ways to commute, you can just expect busy services. 

We've even saved you a job and broken down all the service status over the four-day weekend that you will need to know about. 

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London Underground Service Easter: 

From Friday, April 15 to Monday, April 18 the Hammersmith and City Line will be closed. 

On Good Friday, April 15, and Saturday, April 16, the Northern Line will be shut. 

Battersea Power Station will be closed and the bank branch will not be running between Euston and Moorgate. 

Plus, the District Line will not be running from Tower Hill to West Ham and between Earl's Court and Kensington Olympia over the weekend. 

On Sunday, April 17 between Richmond to Turnham Green the District line will be closed.

The Piccadilly line will not run between Acton Town, Heathrow, Rayners Lane, and Uxbridge for all four days whilst upgrades are made. 

Some lines will be shutting earlier, from April 9 to 10 with no service on the Bakerloo line trains north of Queen's Park. 

The London Overground will also see no trains running between Euston and Watford Junction. 

Lastly, the DLR will be closed between Prince Regent and Beckton from Good Friday till Easter Sunday. 

To get the latest service updates check the TFL website.