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2005-07-24 TfL-002
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London Underground services on Monday

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London Underground services on Monday

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24 July 2005
source Transport for London
type Press release

From start of service on Monday 25 July 2005, Aldgate station will re-open. The remaining Metropolitan line suspension, due to 7 July incidents, will be lifted and a full service will re-commence. Trains will travel through to Aldgate rather than terminating at Moorgate.

It is expected that services will be operating as follows:

Bakerloo - normal service

Central - normal service

Circle - suspended (due to 7 July incidents)

District - suspended between Edgware Road and High Street Kensington (due to 7 July incidents)

East London - normal service

Hammersmith & City - shuttle service every 15 minutes between Hammersmith and Paddington in both directions. During morning and evening peak there will be a limited service between Baker Street and Whitechapel in both directions.

Jubilee - normal service

Metropolitan - normal service

Northern - normal service

Piccadilly -suspended between Hyde Park Corner and Arnos Grove and between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge (due to 7 July incidents).

Until further notice, a special bus service calls at Arnos Grove and Finchley Central to provide a connection with the Northern line. A second special bus service calls at Arnos Grove, Bounds Green, Wood Green, Turnpike Lane and Seven Sisters to connect with Victoria line services.

Additional bus services are operating on route 91 between Holloway Road and Euston via Caledonian Road and King's Cross St Pancras.

Victoria line - normal service

Waterloo & City - normal service

For 24-hour information on all London travel, please call: 020-7222 1234 or visit TfL's website:

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