Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction extension
From 9 December 2012:
- London Overground orbital network will be completed
- Four trains an hour from Clapham Junction to Highbury & Islington
- New, high-capacity, air-conditioned trains
- Queens Road Peckham
- Peckham Rye
- Denmark Hill
- Clapham High Street
- Wandsworth Road
This is the final stage of a £1.5 billion investment to improve the London Overground for a more frequent, reliable and accessible network.
London Overground's new line extension from Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction links south east and south west London. With fast frequent services, the new link also opens up new destinations and connections to:
- Canada Water (for Jubilee line services to Canary Wharf, the West End and Stratford)
- Clapham High Street (for Northern line services to the City and the West End)
- Clapham Junction (for services to Victoria, Waterloo, west London, Gatwick Airport and destinations in the south of England)
- Highbury & Islington (for Victoria line and National Rail services)
- Shadwell (for DLR services to Bank and Canary Wharf)
- Shoreditch High Street (for the City)
- Whitechapel (for District and Hammersmith & City line services)
Once the extension between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction is open, the Highbury & Islington to West Croydon/Clapham Junction line will have trains running up to every 15 minutes between:
- Highbury & Islington and Clapham Junction
- Highbury & Islington and Crystal Palace
- Dalston Junction and New Cross
- Dalston Junction and West Croydon
This means that trains will run every 3 to 5 minutes between Dalston Junction and Surrey Quays.
Explore London by Overground
There are many places to visit along the route from Highbury & Islington to West Croydon/Clapham Junction such as Horniman Museum, Shoreditch High Street and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Find out about more by visiting our Explore London Overground map.
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