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2005-07-12 TfL-001
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Music lovers will be able to get to their concerts

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Music lovers will be able to get to their concerts

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12 July 2005
source Transport for London
type Press release

To help passengers while the central section of the Piccadilly line is shut down, including those going to the Proms and the REM concert, the planned suspension of the District line between Earl's Court and Whitechapel will not go ahead on Saturday and Sunday 16 and 17 July.

The engineering work will be postponed not only on the District line, but on the Waterloo & City line as well, which will run as normal on Saturday 16 July.

This will help get the expected 85,000 fans to and from the REM concert in Hyde Park on Saturday, as well as music lovers going to the Proms at the Royal Albert Hall in South Kensington on Saturday and Sunday.

London Underground is working with Metronet, who are responsible for the renewal and maintenance of the District and Waterloo & City lines to reschedule this work.

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