Night Tube begins in London after year-long delay [BBC News]

Date: 20/08/2016

The Night Tube has been launched in the London Underground - almost three years since the plan was first announced. Trains now run on the Victoria and Central lines on Fridays and Saturdays between 00:30 BST and 05:30. London Underground expects 50,000 people to use the Night Tube each weekend, rising to 200,000 once all five lines are open. The service had been intended to launch in September 2015 but was delayed due to strikes over pay.

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Night Tube begins in London, bringing 'huge boost' to capital - BBC News
Sadiq Khan at the launch of the Night Tune

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The first Night Tubes roll on to London Underground platforms - almost three years since the plan was first announced.

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Looking south across Kensington High Street towards the entrance to the London Underground station late in the evening on 24 July 2005.
Location: High Street Kensington
Company: Metropolitan Railway
24/07/2005 John Furnevel